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Perfectly Impossible In this witty debut novel, Elizabeth Topp crafts a story that ventures behind the fanciful facade of Park Avenue and into the life of one lovable type A assistantAnna’s job is simple: prevent the unexpected from happening and do everything better than perfectly An artist at heart, Anna works a day job as a private assistant for Bambi Von Bizmark, a megarich Upper East Side matriarch who’s about to be honored at the illustrious Opera BallCaught between the staid world of great wealth and her unconventional life as an artist, Anna struggles with her true calling If she’s supposed to be a painter, why is she so much successful as a personal assistant? When her boyfriend lands a fancy new job, it throws their future as a couple into doubt and intensifies Anna’s identity crisis All she has to do is ensure everything runs smoothly and hold herself together until the Opera Ball is over How hard could that be?Featuring a vibrant array of characters from the powerful to the proletarian, Perfectly Impossible offers a glimpse into a world you’ll never want to leave ➱ [Read] ➬ Poltergeist (Greywalker, By Kat Richardson ➼ – Lavons.co.uk Elizabeth Topp crafts a story that ventures behind the fanciful facade of Park Avenue and into the life of one lovable type A assistantAnna’s job is simple: prevent the unexpected from happening and do everything better than perfectly An artist at heart [Read] ➵ OBaby ➲ Geoffrey Johnson – Lavons.co.uk Anna works a day job as a private assistant for Bambi Von Bizmark [EPUB] ✰ Defiant (MacKinnons Rangers, Author Pamela Clare – Lavons.co.uk a megarich Upper East Side matriarch who’s about to be honored at the illustrious Opera BallCaught between the staid world of great wealth and her unconventional life as an artist [Reading] ➷ 21 Divisiones de Los Misterios Sanses By Ernesto Bravo Estrada – Lavons.co.uk Anna struggles with her true calling If she’s supposed to be a painter [Reading] ➶ Nightfall (Dark Age Dawning, Author Ellen Connor – Lavons.co.uk why is she so much successful as a personal assistant? When her boyfriend lands a fancy new job [Ebook] ➧ The Good Daughter By Karin Slaughter – Lavons.co.uk it throws their future as a couple into doubt and intensifies Anna’s identity crisis All she has to do is ensure everything runs smoothly and hold herself together until the Opera Ball is over How hard could that be?Featuring a vibrant array of characters from the powerful to the proletarian ➹ [Read] ➵ Crysis By Peter Watts ➼ – Lavons.co.uk Perfectly Impossible offers a glimpse into a world you’ll never want to leave


About the Author: Elizabeth Topp

Elizabeth Topp penned her first short story in the second grade and has been writing ever since A graduate of The Dalton School, Harvard College and Columbia’s School of the Arts, Liz co authored her first book, Vaginas: An Owner’s Manual with her gynecologist mother while she worked as a Private Assistant, a job she still holds Liz lives in the same Manhattan apartment where she grew up with he



10 thoughts on “Perfectly Impossible

  1. says:

    Thank you NetGalley and Little A for this arc.

    I read this a couple of weeks ago, early in the COVID-19 shutdown. It must have been what I needed at the time, as I found it engaging and amusing. Truly mindless entertainment. I found the main characters, Anna and Kizzy both to be likeable in spite of their complete self absorption and self-serving actions. The


  2. says:

    I just completed Elizabeth Topp's book and adored every moment of it!

    Before going in to what I believe the book did very well, I'd like to mention what I do NOT think the book IS or should be compared to. This work of fiction did not speak about the idle rich to me nor was it particularly reminiscent of the 20+ year old book about battered assistants in The D


  3. says:

    I rarely give out 5 stars, but this book was an absolute joy to read. This debut novel is about a highly educated assistant to a mega-rich wife and philanthropist in NYC. She is also an artist and a top notch professional juggler. This book is reminiscent of The Devil Wears Prada in all the right ways. It is funny, lively, and unexpected. I completely enjoying reading about


  4. says:

    This was such a fun read, and a great escape from all the Coronavirus news reports that we're all living with. The story centers on Anna, an unknown artist and senior personal assistant to one of the richest socialites in Manhattan, Bambi (Kissy) Von Bizmark,. I have no idea whether the Von Bismarks' uber-rich and privileged lifestyle is partly based on truth, because the cir


  5. says:

    This book just wasn’t for me. Struggled to read it.


  6. says:

    Perfectly Impossible is a delightful debut novel from Elizabeth Topp!

    Meet Anna, the personal assistant to one of the wealthy of Park Avenue, Kitty Von Bizmark. Her job keeps her on her toes, as she attempts to meet all of Kitty's needs before she asks, keep anything unexpected from occurring and do it all with perfection. Anna is able to do all of this, with grace and


  7. says:

    I'm not sure who this book is for. Anna, an artist and a personal assistant to a super-rich woman, manages her job as a PA while trying to get established as an artist, Ultimately, she uses her PA position to get her paintings sold and the attention of a major agent. It's kind of a Cinderella story, I suppose--even the servants go to the ball. Readers get a view of the lives of the


  8. says:

    Sound and Fury, Signifying…

    Having finished this book, I find myself scratching my head and wondering what it was all about… and wondering if I have wasted my time. Is it satire? A witty look at the lives of the mega-rich? A light bit of fluff about high society in New York City? I can't quite put my finger on what it is and what the author wanted us to “get” from


  9. says:

    Fluffy filler

    This is the kind of light, over the top fiction that ultimately feels like filler. A lot happens, but also nothing at all. The writing style sort of lost me from the start; our heroine is kinda insanely bubbly and the whole thing just feels a bit frantic. It's a low angst, easy read, and not a bad way to spend a few hours, but I can't say that anything about it


  10. says:

    Perfectly Impossible was a fun read. It was actually my first “walking around” book of the year-- you know, the one you carry around with you because you don’t want to stop reading. Anna lives two lives -- personal assistant to a wealthy and demanding woman and her family by day and artist by night.

    She struggles to balance the two as well as her place in the household


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