Alia Dunn has finally gotten her big break. After years of working her way up at TV’s top outdoor travel channel, she gets the green light from network executives to bring her dream project to life: produce a series about Utah’s national parks.
Rosie Lewis thinks she has her life figured out. She has a swanky job as a Michelin-Starred Sous Chef, has a loving husband, and is planning on having kids soon.
Bookworm Aria Summers knows what she wants in her life: to travel with her best friend Rosie, and her camper-van-cum-book-shop. She definitely has no interest in finding romance, because Aria has sworn off love since her beloved husband passed away three years ago.
It’s not too late to sneak in one more beach read before summer is gone. Make it People We Meet On Vacation by Emily Henry, you won’t be disappointed.
Lizzy Dent’s The Summer Job is like a party in book form - a great time right from page one.
Marisa Rosso is having a difficult time getting over the death of her beloved grandfather, who lived in Italy. She can't figure out why everyone else seems to be moving on with their lives, while she seems to be retreating further and further from hers.
Lucy Parker’s delicious first book in her new series is a delightful romp into the world of competitive baking and also a wistful analysis of what makes a good relationship stand up to heat and not deflate under pressure (unlike temperamental soufflés).
Investment bank Jess Kim's career is not going as she planned. She got passed up for a promotion and just found out that she is getting laid off because "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals" and is "overpaid for a woman."
Cindy has just graduated from school with a degree in shoe design; her final year did not go as smoothly as she had hoped. With no job prospects on the horizon, she decides to go home to work for her stepmother, who is the executive producer of America’s favourite reality show, Before Midnight.
This was my first Tessa Bailey book, but it won’t be my last.