Alex Hunter was getting on just fine, blagging her way through life and enjoying her London lifestyle… perhaps a little too much.
But when she loses her job, gets dumped and is made homeless within the space of a fortnight, Alex reluctantly returns to her home town – a place she thought she’d left for good 10 years earlier. With barely a penny to her name…
Alex is surprised to find there are some advantages to moving back: reconnecting with old friends who had been such a big part of her teenage years. Although being back brings up old feelings Alex thought she had buried for good, feelings that should be well and truly left in the past – especially when it came to her old high school boyfriend, Lewis Ashworth.
Desperate to return to her London lifestyle, Alex takes advice from her old school friend Cody McKenzie, who suggests she only has to “fake it till she makes it” How hard can that be? After all, hadn’t she been doing that for years?
Whether reluctantly trying to drive her nan’s mobility scooter, putting bullying bosses in their place or looking for creative ways to avoid her mum’s increasingly weird cooking, follow Alex’s laugh-out-loud journey to “making it”
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Josie lives in Norwich with her two children, husband and naughty Labrador. She divides most of her time between running and writing! She enjoys writing for teens and most recently chick lit, but her main aim is to make people laugh through her writing.