Internet columnist Lydia Grange is on the brink of the promotion she’s wanted for two years. As lead columnist of the Toronto Times’ women’s issue site, she’ll have the fame she longs for, the money to fuel her shopping obsession, and all the free shoes she can wear. Only one obstacle remains: beating her coworkers (Sasha the perfect mother and Patricia the bargain-obsessed senior) in a competition. All three must be ‘good to themselves’ for four weeks and teach their readers to do the same, and at the end of the time their sexy boss Felix will pick the winner.
Lydia’s certain she will be that winner, and not just because she knows Felix wants her on an unprofessional level. She’s never anything but good to herself, so how could she not win? Fancy drinks with extra whipped cream, the cheesecake she adores, the exquisite but pricey purse she’s been craving? With the help of her nice-guy buddy and coworker Percy, she’ll just indulge herself even more and make sure her fans do the same. In a month both the job and her long-desired fling with Felix will be hers.
It’ll be the easiest four weeks of her life.
Unless it turns out there’s more to self-care than sex and shopping and sugar.
What Readers Are Saying:
“I also enjoyed the budding romance that Lydia finds developing as the story continues. While the book wasn’t entirely focused on this potential relationship, which was refreshing, it emerged as part of the main story and it was a welcome addition.”
(The Book Chick)
“The choices Lydia makes for her life gave me the motivation to make some better personal choices (like cutting back on sugar) and, like Lydia, inspired me to try hot tea instead of a sugary latte!”
(I’d So Rather Be Reading)
“I loved this one. Heather Wardell never disappoints but this one is especially good.”
(Goodreads user Tracy Green)