By Erin Duffy
A humorous, bittersweet, but heartwarming novel approximately friendship, relatives, and discovering love within the fb age—not to say the perils, pitfalls, and doubtful pleasures of existence as a contemporary younger unmarried woman—from Erin Duffy, the writer of the acclaimed Bond Girl
Ever in view that she was once a bit lady, Abby Wilkes dreamed of her marriage ceremony, the day whilst she'd put on white costume and appear like a princess. . . .
But that used to be prior to her lifestyles fell aside for the complete global to work out. Her longtime boyfriend-turned-fiancé, Ben, unceremoniously dumped her—changing his prestige to unmarried on Facebook—while she was once attempting at the such a lot wonderful Vera Wang gown for the large day.
Six months and twenty kilos later, the standard remedies—cupcakes, a freezer stocked with pints of Ben and Jerry's, sweatpants, and a comfortable couch—haven't labored their magic. frightened approximately her ally, Grace devises the right plan to get Abby again on her video game. the 2 of them are going to flee sweltering Boston and its reminders of Ben and head to Newport for the summer time. In a old fashioned rented cottage through the ocean, the ladies will take pleasure in cool breezes, cocktails, and crowds of lovely men.
But irrespective of which method they flip, Abby and style detect that during this period of social media—when likely everyone seems to be keeping each final aspect in their lives on-line and prying eyes are everywhere—there isn't any actual break out. fact to inform, courting hasn't ever been effortless. yet now that the principles have replaced and the limits are blurred past attractiveness, will they ever locate real love? And in the event that they do, how can romance stand an opportunity whilst a girl's each note and movement can pass viral with a unmarried click?
As the summer time winds all the way down to hard work Day, Abby will make a few miraculous discoveries—about love, males, friendship . . . and, most crucial, herself.