Carey has been working for decorating gurus Melissa and Rusty Tripp since she was a teenager. The Tripps have released a new book on marriage and have a book tour to go with it, but the only problem is that they hate each other. Carey, with the help of Rusty's new assistant James, has to keep the Tripps together long enough to complete the tour.
Happy International Women's Day! To celebrate, I wanted to chat about some of my favorite female authors! To be honest, most of the books I read are by women, so most of my favorite authors are women, but they still deserve a shoutout.
There are definitely more that I could have added to this list, but I wanted to include only authors that I've read multiple books/series from.
On a trip to London after high school, Tate meets Sam, a farmer from Vermont. They immediately hit it off and spend the entire two weeks of her trip together. Tate thinks it could be love, but then Sam reveals her biggest secret to the press: she is the daughter of a world famous actor. This single moment changes the course of Tate's life forever, and when she meets Sam again fourteen years later, she deal with what happened.
Synopsis: After finding out that they need a date to an important event, Millie, Reid, and their friends all join an online dating service. Millie and Reid have been just friends, but one night, they accidentally sleep together. It means nothing until Catherine, Millie's online dating persona, and Reid hit it off.
Synopsis: While attending her sister's wedding as the maid of honor, everyone gets food poisoning except for Olive and the best man, her arch nemesis Ethan. Not wanting to waste the ten day honeymoon that her sister had planned, Olive and Ethan go to Hawaii together and have to pretend to be a newlywed couple.
Synopsis: Macy and Elliot spent years of their young lives becoming friends, and then something more, but one night changed everything for them. After ten years of not seeing each other, they are suddenly back in each other's lives. They must come to terms with what happened that night, and what feelings remain. This is told in alternating past and present chapters.