I am soooooooooooooooo excited to share with you the cover of Chronicles of a Lincoln Park Fashionista today, the new book by my gorgeous, talented friend Aven Ellis. This cover is absolutely beautiful, the leaves, the sunshine, the stunning Chicago skyline, the colours, and the lovely couple. It might possibly be one of my favourite covers ever!! So without further ado, here it is;
I have been fortunate enough to read an ARC of this brilliant book and let me tell you, if you are a fan of Aven Ellis you are not going to be disappointed by this. It is just gorgeous with her usual heartwarming brand of romance and comedy. If you’ve not read any of Aven’s books before, you are in for a real treat.
(Seriously, if you haven’t read any of Aven’s books before, where have you been, read Connectivity, read the amazing Waiting for Prince Harry and fall in love with her wonderful characters like the rest of us have.)
Anyway I won’t go into too much detail about this book, I’ll save that for the gushing review, but here is the blurb to whet your appetite.
Chronicles of a Lincoln Park Fashionista- The Blurb
Recent college graduate Avery Andrews is ready to begin a new life in the big city. She’s landed an apartment in Chicago’s famed Lincoln Park neighborhood–and has her eye on the cute commodities trader just a floor above.
If Premier Airlines knew about her fear of flying, they never would have hired her to be their marketing assistant—but it’s not like Avery wants a lifelong career. Right now she simply wants a job to pay her bills…and fund a few little shopping excursions, too.
Her new lifestyle comes with a price tag, as Avery is not only faced with paying a ridiculous rent but finds she’s perceived as one of the vacant, husband-hunting fashionistas who live in the area. Avery resents this stereotype—so she doesn’t want a lifelong career, and she loves fashions she can’t afford, but that doesn’t mean she is empty-headed and spoiled, does it?
When an opportunity to participate in a documentary at work arises, Avery finds a two-fold solution to her problems. She’ll earn extra money for it, and the documentary will show her as a serious career woman, enabling her to shed that husband-hunting fashionista label for good.
When the camera is on, Avery attempts to be a motivated professional woman. But when she is challenged by Deacon Ryan, the videographer assigned to cover her story, Avery finds herself wanting things she was never supposed to want—like a lasting career—and Deacon. And Avery might just gain more from the experience than a perfect career image and extra cash to put in her Tory Burch wallet…
Chronicles of a Lincoln Park Fashionista is out September 10th and I cannot wait for you to read it.