For All the Wrong Reasons ~~ Louise Bagshawe

For All the Wrong Reasons by Louise Bagshawe
Diana Foxton is the toast of New York. She's rich, British, and beautiful, with a designer wardrobe to die for. Recently married to the head of a publishing empire, she fills her days with shopping, gossiping, and hosting the hottest parties in town. But when Diana discovers her husband is having an affair, her glamorous bubble bursts. She suddenly finds herself without any money or job qualifications, shunned by the glittering society that she once ruled. On her own for the first time, she takes the only job she can get, exchanges her Manolo Blahniks for Payless, and tries awkwardly--and hilariously--to settle into the life of a woman who does her own laundry, buys her own groceries, and takes the bus. Will she attempt to regain her throne? And can romance find her again? Full Synopsis
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