With her life blowing up big time, Hannah struggles to make hard decisions about her career and love life…forcing her into a much-needed transformation.
Thrust into a quarter-life crisis, Hannah agrees to meet The Ex for coffee…and change into a cute dress. He always looks so perfect, even with sweat stains under his pits. She fingers the porcelain mug, he raises an eyebrow…but it’s not quivering like it does when he’s upset or nervous, which bothers her. Just as she’s thinking he may be trying to get back together with her—again—her fiancé walks in. Chairs scatter as the two men start grappling…is it wrong that this gives her a cheap thrill?
Haunted by ghosts of relationships past, Hannah struggles with how to rebuild, while Celeste wonders whether she can stand by her man, Ireland chooses teams, and Jack…doesn’t. The final book in the Sex, Life, and Hannah series is an emotional roller coaster ride from L.A. to New York and back, in which friendships are tested, sexcapades are fleeting, and long-ticking time bombs are dropped. But just as the happily-ever-afters seem further away than ever, hope resurfaces in a messy mudpool of truth-telling. After all, sometimes a breakup is just what you need to have a breakthrough.