Maddy, Christine, and Amy find that an old college roommate has written about them in her new self-help book-and they're furious that she's used them as examples of how women screw up their lives. And the worst part is, it's sort of true. Together they make a pact: they'll face down their... read more
Almost Perfect Maddy, Christine, and Amy, friends since college, are thrilled to learn their old suitemate’s self help book, How to Have a Perfect Life, has become a smashing bestseller—until they realize she used them as negative examples of how women let fear mess up their lives. The worst... read more (warning: may contain spoilers)
Almost Perfect Maddy, Christine, and Amy, friends since college, are thrilled to learn their old suitemate’s self help book, How to Have a Perfect Life, has become a smashing bestseller—until they realize she used them as negative examples of how women let fear mess up their lives. The worst part is...it's sort of true. So, the three friends make a pact: They each have one year to face down their fears—and prove Miss Perfect wrong! A Free Spirited Artist Maddy was always the artistic one of the group, full of life from her saucy red curls to her vintage hippie skirts. Her challenge, the friends decide, is to get her artwork accepted at a gallery. A job as arts director at a summer camp near Santa Fe—with its thriving art scene—seems like just the thing. A Reformed Bad Boy There's just one catch: The camp is run by Maddy's high school flame, Joe, whose heart she smashed when she chose her art over marriage to him. His anger over the breakup hasn't cooled one bit. But neither has their attraction. A Perfect Match? Old desires burn hotter than ever as Joe makes it clear there's only one way back into his heart: She has to get serious about the art career she once valued above all else. But will falling in love help or hinder Maddy as she struggles to meet her challenge? Praise for Julie Ortolon "Entertaining and touching."--Booklist "Ms. Ortolon is a gem of a new author."--Romantic Times
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