SHORT STORY - digital exclusive: if you love Lindsey Kelk and the I Heart books, you’ll love this fun short story about Jenny.
*Short story on ebook only.*
Jenny Lopez is miserable. Having spent the summer working in LA, she’s back home in New York, and missing the three key elements in a girl’s life – a roommate, a job and a boyfriend. Jenny formulates a plan; surely someone must need a roommate and surely someone must need a girlfriend?
By the end of the day, she has arranged a viewing for a potential roommate, the gay blond aka the Sex God,secured two dates, and work looking after a top supermodel. Things look like they are back on track; everything is going to work out great. If only life was so easy…
Praise for I Heart Paris:
'More down-to-earth and enjoyable girly fodder from rising chick-lit star Kelk' Heat
'Fun, romantic and warm, this is a perfect summer read' Closer
Praise for the I Heart… series:
'A fun read…leaves you feeling all warm and fuzzy inside' Company
'Chicklit fans will put a big shiny star on this deliciously entertaining wander through tinseltown!' Daily Record
About the author
Lindsey Kelk is an author, journalist and prolific tweeter.
Previously a children’s book editor and columnist for Marie Claire, Lindsey is now a full-time writer and lives in New York. She is published in 22 counties and has sold over 1 million books worldwide. An early adopter of social media, Lindsey has an army of dedicated followers on Facebook and Twitter. She has written the I Heart series, The Single Girls’ To-do List and two Tess Brookes novels, About a Girl and What a Girl Wants.
Customer ReviewsSee All
Jenny Lopez has a bad week!
I love the "I heart" series and was looking forward to reading this book. Again great read... But feel totally ripped off. A very short story and then repeats of the other books I have already read to fill out the remaining 2/3 of the book. Really disappointing.
Good short story. I enjoyed it. Disappointed that it was only 200 pages! Ended positive though i would have liked it to continue. Read it
Wish it wasn't a short story
Thought it was a book and not short story. Great read but wish it was longer.