This boxed set contains three full-length romantic comedy novels from Amazon Bestselling Author, Daniella Brodsky, including Diary of a Working Girl, now the Netflix hit, BEAUTY & THE BRIEFCASE, starring Hilary Duff. Find out why the world’s fallen in love with these funny, sexy, and smart stories.
Love in New York Boxed Set: 3 Full Length Contemporary Romantic Comedy Novels
by Daniella Brodsky
Genre: Literature & Fiction | Humor & Satire | Romance | Women’s Fiction
Diary of a Working Girl.
Meet Lane Silverman, romance-o-holic. She’s finally got Cosmo to buy an article pitch, but it just may be the death of her: before long her editor turns Lane’s article into an impossible feat that tests every ridiculous romantic ideal she’s ever held dear. Does true love even exist? She’d better find out soon, or all her dreams will come crashing down in one mortifying, career-ending, apartment-evicting, lonely-old-lady-with-all-the-birds, heap.
Enjoy this updated edition — released in celebration of Diary of a Working Girl’s People’s Choice-nominated feature film adaptation, Beauty & the Briefcase, starring Hilary Duff. At the end, a bonus chapter catches up with Lane eight months after the story ends. You won’t believe what she’s up to now, and who she’s up to it with…
Before HBO’s Girls, there was Anna Walker.
Some people are destined for glory. Others have to be dragged kicking and screaming out of clinical anxiety, fall in love with a charming, self-absorbed investor, and light a fire under a lifetime of inertia in order to get a crack at it. Anna — and her roommate Ray — thinks she has what it takes to be a writer, if only she would write something; instead she’s hunkered down in a magazine’s publicity department for a difficult-to-like boss, promising herself she’ll do something to get noticed in editorial one day. When she accidentally humiliates said boss in a very public way, Anna’s convinced her career is finito. Instead, she’s suspiciously given a New York City nightlife column for which Anna’s dinner at the local, bed by nine, fashion-schmashion M.O. is an obscenely poor fit. Life is never all gravity or levity; and here its mix is at its messiest, hairiest, and somehow, its most hopeful yet.
Princess of Park Avenue
The nineties are back, and nowhere are they more vibrant and entertaining than in this smart romantic comedy, in which some people were never able to leave them behind. Before Brooklyn was cool, Brooklynite Lorraine Machuchi was in love with Tommy Lupo. Let’s call him Mr. Wrong. All these years later, she’s still living day to day on his confusing midnight phone calls and big-haired memories of their brief high school relationship. Translation? She’s given up any opportunity of leaving Brooklyn. Though she never saw the home she loves as a failure, there are lots of folks she’s pissed off by staying put — her mother, her dead grandmother’s ghost, not to mention the old Italian ladies in the pork store. And what’s worse, the very guy she tossed away everything for just told her he’ll never wind up with her — a girl who’s not going anywhere.
… Okay, cringe now; Lorraine changes for a guy. But get a look at Tommy with three shirt buttons undone before you judge. Besides, when Lorraine crosses the bridge to Manhattan she begins to realize she’s got a lot to offer.
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