Edie kisses the groom at his wedding….but she’s not the bride, and all hell breaks loose. She’s cast out of her social circle as a home wrecking hussy, and to make matters worse, the husband was her colleague.
On a suddenly necessary sabbatical from her job as an advertising copywriter, she’s forced home to Nottingham to face her dysfunctional family and wonder just how she ended up here, literally and figuratively. Potential salvation appears with a freelance project, helping TV’s latest hot acting talent Elliot Owen pen his autobiography. She knows something about infamy, he’s coping with newfound fame…maybe they can help each other. Who’s that girl? Edie is about to find out.
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