Recent college graduate Avery Andrews is ready to begin a new life in the big city. She’s landed apartment in Chicago’s famed Lincoln Park neighbourhood-and has her eye on the cute commodity trader just a floor above.
If Premier Airlines knew about her fear of flying, they never would of hired her to be their marketing assistant – but it’s not like Avery wants a lifelong career. Right now she simply wants a job to pay her bills … and fund a few little shopping excursions, too.
Her new lifestyle comes with a price tag, as Avery is not only faced with paying a ridiculous rent but finds she’s perceived as one of the vacant, husband-hunting fashionistas who live in the area. Avery resents this stereotype. So she doesn’t want a lifelong career, and she loves fashions she can’t afford, but that doesn’t mean she is empty-headed and spoiled does it?
When an opportunity to participate in a documentary at work arises, Avery finds a two-fold solution to her problems. She’ll earn extra money for it, and the documentary will show her as a serious career woman, enabling her to shed that husband-hunting fashionista label for good. When the camera is on, Avery attempts to be a motivated business woman. But when she is challenged by Deacon Ryan, the videographer assigned to cover her story, Avery finds herself wanting things she was never supposed to want – like a lasting career – and Deacon. And Avery might just gain more from the experience than a perfect career image and extra cash to put in her Tory Burch wallet……
I enjoyed this funny and romantic read. I found the main character Avery to be annoying at first but but the end of the book I had really warmed to her. Avery went after what she wanted and didn’t let anybody stop her. Really well written book that impressed me and had me hooked from start to finish. I hope Aven Ellis writes more books and I couldn’t put this one down.