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The Blurb–As a producer on a reality dating show, Abby Edwards knows that true love is a myth. Her career and her friends are all she needs. Right?
When her screenwriter ex makes a hit movie based on their relationship, Abby’s faults are projected on screens across the country. Suddenly the fact that her job depends on orchestrating hot tub hook-ups doesn’t seem so impressive.
Her friends rally to help. Zoë thinks she needs to meet a guy. Stephanie suggests an attitude adjustment. Nancy wants her to get in touch with her inner Goddess. Abby knows they mean well, but she prefers to focus on her work. Unfortunately, she’s already embarrassed herself in front of her new boss, Will Harper, who she would find totally crush-worthy if he weren’t so irritating.
Abby’s about to be reminded that life doesn’t follow a script—and good things happen when you least expect it…
Though most of us can’t boast to have the life of Abby Edwards–even if she feels her life has not taken her down the proper paths–I think all of us can identify with her. We have all looked around and wondered, “How did I get here?” We had big plans and dreams. We still have those, along with a successful ex who–even unknowingly–likes to rub our nose in the fact that those dreams are still just dreams. Abby has them too, (dreams and an ex) and it’s eating her up as she struggles to stay employed in the ever changing world of reality television, keep her friends sane, and shield herself from their good intentions.
Aaron and Schwartz have a way about them , a funny, backhanded sarcasm mixed with just enough self-deprecating humor for a laugh out loud good time. Abby’s internal dialogue is sharp and witty, showing her intelligence and making the reader feel smart for reading along. Through an ex’s new movie, near sexual harassment, and a rip-roarin’ goddess party, past three jobs, two apartments, and a major friendship blow-up, Abby shows she’s a survivor. How can so many crazy things happen to one girl? Well, it’s California, after all. So grab a jar of Nutella and enjoy the ride in LA-LA land. You won’t be disappointed!
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Lot’s of <3–Amie
NATALIE AARON was born in Kansas, moved to L.A. and based solely on her astrological sign, was hired as a PA on commercials and music videos – only confirming what she’d heard about L.A. was true. Natalie went on to such critically acclaimed shows as Taxicab Confessions, Behind the Music and Movies That Shook the World, where she learned how to coax interviews from reluctant celebrities. Her recent producing credits include The Judds, Ruby, Sweet Home Alabama and Little People, Big World. Natalie lives in L.A. and hardly ever wonders how she wound up doing this for a living.
MARLA SCHWARTZ was born in L.A. but moved to England to pursue a graduate degree in Medieval Studies. After working as Head Researcher for both Dreamworks Animation and writer/director Andrew Niccol, she began working as a television producer. Marla’s producing credits include Blind Date, Starting Over, Making the Band, Bad Girls Club, Dane Cook’s Tourgasm, and Wanted: Ted or Alive, an assignment that required her to screen footage of a deer being shot, gutted, and cooked. Marla lives in Los Angeles with her husband and daughter and hardly ever wonders how she wound up doing this for a living.
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