By Megan Harlan
Updated May 08, 1998 at 04:00 AM EDT
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Cupid & Diana

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While witty, 30ish narrator Diana Campanella stocks her Washington, D.C., consignment-clothing boutique with pristine vintage frocks, her life is fraying at the edges: Her blue-blood fiance has stalled marriage for three years; local shoppers prefer mall knockoffs to 1940s French twill jackets; and, in her enormous Italian-Irish family, she lives under the voluptuous shadow of her lingerie-catalog supermodel sister. Enter Harry, a sweet, funny attorney who seems like the perfect fit. Can Diana juggle self-reinvention, illicit romance, and a remodeled store? Along with charming comic frippery, Bartolomeo’s delightful debut Cupid & Diana possesses the seamless lines of a strong love story. B+

Cupid & Diana

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  • Book
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  • Christina Bartolomeo

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