From the million copy bestselling author of The Devil Wears Prada.
Leigh, Adriana and Emmy are best friends, all leading very different lives and about to make some extreme choices…
Emmy has just split with her boyfriend of five years. A serial monogamist, she suddenly realises how much she’s missed the thrill of single life. A new job travelling across the globe could offer her the one thing she is craving.
Emmy finds herself single for the first time in years. She vows to find a man on every continent for some pure no-strings-attached fun.
Adriana is stunning and can have any man she desires.Yet she wants an eligible bachelor who'll slip a five-carat Harry Winston diamond on her finger.
Leigh has a doting boyfriend that most girls would kill for. But when literary bad boy Jesse Chapman asks to work with her, she just can't refuse.
Knocking back raspberry mojitos one night, the three friends make a pact - to change one thing in their lives by the end of the year.
Let the fun begin.
‘This little gem mixes Sex and the City charm with dry New York wit’ Real
‘Sassy, insightful and sooo Sex and The City, you'll be rushing to the bookshop’ Company
‘The most fun we've had in ages’ Heat
About the author
Lauren Weisberger is the author of The Devil Wears Prada, which spent more than a year on the New York Times hardcover and paperback bestseller lists. The film version starring Meryl Streep won a Golden Globe Award and grossed over $300 million worldwide. Her successive novels have also been Sunday Times and New York Times bestsellers.
She lives in New York City with her family.
The Devil Wears Prada author Weisberger delivers a hilarious, silly and entirely predictable chick lit romp. Book editor Leigh, chef Emmy and wealthy Adriana make a pact to change their disappointing lives within a year. Emmy vows to find the father of her future babies, and Latin temptress Adriana decides to settle on just one of her rich suitors. But Leigh is uncertain about what changes to make; she's lived in the shadow of her legendary literary father and accomplished boyfriend so long, Leigh barely recognizes what makes her happy. The protective wrapping dissolves when she gets the nod to edit bestselling, married author Jesse Chapman "and ends up polishing more than his prose. Emmy "after a year of trying to bed a man from every continent "might discover Mr. Right when he's least expected. As for the relentlessly slothful Adriana, she deflects engagement, but manages to snag something more important. Bookish Leigh defends chick lit as having sensible structure and coherent language in a package that's witty, clever and fun to read. Weisberger is, of course, also talking about this book, and her assessment is right-on.