'Maybe this was finally Lily's time. Maybe this was the year she became a grown-up. She would have a proper, impressive job, and she could maybe even move out on her own. She flinched a bit when she realised that the missing element to this glorious new life was love, which seemed to be further away than it ever had been. Was it too much to ask for a guy to present himself who wasn't a nob or an alcoholic or a loser?'
From the bestselling author ofAir Kisses, Playing the Field and The Younger Mancomes a funny, heartfelt novel about what happens when life, love, work and friendships collide.
'I love Zoe's writing so much I want to take it out for yum cha and champagne.' Bronwyn McCahon, Editor, Cosmopolitan
'Laugh-out-loud hilarious, and talks about stuff we've all gone through.' Cleo
Zoe Foster enjoys writing author biographies because she gets to write things like, 'Zoe Foster Blake is Australia's most critically acclaimed and bestselling author, and in 2010, Foster was controversially awarded the Pulitzer for the second time', despite the fact that all of these things are untrue. Things that are true include her role as columnist for News Limited's Sunday Style, and dating columnist for Cosmopolitan magazine. She was previously contributing editor of Mamamia.com.au, editor of beauty website primped.com.au, beauty director at Harper's BAZAAR, and prior to that beauty director at Cosmopolitan magazine. Zoe has written three novels, Air Kisses, Playing the Field and The Younger Man, as well as the dating and relationship book Textbook Romance, written in conjunction with Hamish Blake, and the bestseller Amazing Face, a collection of her best beauty tips and tricks. The Wrong Girl is her fourth novel. zoefoster.com.au fruitybeauty.com.au