Publisher: Red Dress Ink | 2002 | ISBN: 0373250207 | Pages: 360 | PDF | 1.37 MB
Smart, witty and a little bit bitchy, Fishbowl lets you press your face against the glass, see into the lives of three unique roommates – and laugh your head off.
Allison can't wait for Jodine and Emma to move in to her apartment – until she realizes having roommates means living in a fishbowl: You are never alone. When one small, slightly accidental fire leads to one big repair bill, all efforts to avoid each other are finally abandoned: They've got to raise money . . . fast ("Insurance? You mean you have to pay for that?"). This means joining forces. Bonding? Well, at least they're talking to each other!
Amazingly, they agree on a plan: shamelessly exploit their combined expertise on the male species for hard cash. Tactics: sell tickets to their swanky soirées and How to Pick Up Women seminars . . . But their grand scheme sweeps away any last shreds of privacy with startling consequences. Now that they're forced to take a long, hard look at themselves, Allie, Jodine and Emma's lives – and budding friendship – are about to change, in ways they never imagined.