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Michelle Gayle is best known for her TV appearances, which began in the 1980s with children’s drama Grange Hill, followed by EastEnders, before Michelle moved over to a glittering pop career that saw her achieve six top 20 hits and sell a million records, most successfully 1994 single “Sweetness”. Michelle has since appeared on TV shows such as Reborn in the USA, Doctors, Holby City and The Games, and she starred opposite Ed Stoppard in 2006 film Joy Division. In recent years Michelle has presented on Loose Women and also taken part in reality TV shows Come Dine with Me and Dancing On Wheels.
Michelle now lives with her husband and two sons in west London; this is her third novel, sequel to Don’t Lie to Me, Robbie Wilkins (previously Pride and Premiership) and Say You Love Me, Stevie C.
Michelle Gayle’s trilogy, if which this is the third and finals one, addresses real-life concerns of teenagers including career, family relationships and romance. Written in a popular diary format with a sophisticated cover design, this is sassy summer escapism for teenagers. Funny and definitely a trilogy to get under the skin of teens. We asked some of our readers to review the first in this series, Don't Lie to Me Robbine Wilkins...here's a taster....'The book itself is well scripted and some parts really did make me burst out laughing.' Read more reviews here.
Love...and jealousy...are in the air in the second hilarious diary from Remy Louise Bennet. Michelle Gayle taps straight into the teen psyche tackling relevant issues of love and loyalty through her informal writing style and humour. Download an extract of the first in the series, Don't Lie to Me, Robbie Wilkins and read some of the reviews from our Lovereading panel here! In addition to our Lovereading expert opinion for Say You Love Me, Stevie C a small number of teenagers were lucky enough to be invited to review this title too. Here's a taster....'This is an ideal book to read this summer for any teenage girl to relate to her thoughts, feelings and choices in life. ' Scroll down to read more reviews...
When Remy starts dating Netherfield Park Rangers' Robbie Wilkins (not Premiership, but good for starters), it seems like all her dreams have come true. Or have they? Remy soon realizes that being a WAG isn't all it's cracked up to be, that Robbie's balls aren't quite so golden ... and that maybe there are greater dreams to pursue. Re-issue, complete with new name, of the popular Pride and Premiership first released in May 2011. In addition to our Lovereading expert opinion for Robbie Wilkins a small number of teenagers were lucky enough to be invited to review this title. Here's a taster....'The book itself is well scripted and some parts really did make me burst out laughing.' Scroll down to read more reviews...
Michelle Gayle, pop star, ex-WAG and TV celebrity has created a stylish and sassy read, blending celebrity glamour with characters who are all memorable, genuine and utterly engaging from the very first page and all characters with whom readers can relate. Michelle has delivered the ultimate novel that real girls and women everywhere will want to read.
After humiliating herself when her derriere goes live on air, Remy has to work even harder to maintain her celebrity status, but is this what she really wants?The last in the series. Remy is struggling to balance her hectic career with her demanding family and to top it all off, she has just humiliated herself on national TV. It is time for her to take stock of what is important and how far she will go to keep other people happy - just what can she sacrifice before she loses herself and the real Remy that we know and love.
Remy is a girl with goals. This week it's to marry a footballer - and as every aspiring WAG knows, there are rules...THE WAG CHARTER1. At first, pretend you don't know he's a footballer2. Don't let him see you drunk3. Never dispute a thing his mum says (They worship their mums)
Welcome to the hilarious diary of Remy Louise Bennet, NVQ, GCSE (Eng Lang A), (wannabe) WAG!Remy is a girl with goals. This week it's to marry a footballer - and as every aspiring WAG knows, there are rules...THE WAG CHARTER1. At first, pretend you don't know he's a footballer2. Don't let him see you drunk3. Never dispute a thing his mum says (They worship their mums)