Marta Zinsser grew up ina Seattle suburb and couldn't wait to leave. In New York she thrived as an independent woman with no need for men, even when she decided to have a baby. She certainly never thought she'd ever come back. But when her mother becomes ill, Marta realises that this is her 10-year-old daughter's last chance to get to know her grandmother. Back home Marta is shocked at how much Yarrow Point has changed. Now it's an affluent, technology-driven community, filled with snobby old money families and even snobbier nouveau riche families. Whilst Marta couldn't care less what other mom's think of her she's aware that her beloved daughter desperately wants to fit in and wants her mother to be more active in the school. So Marta joins the PTA and is horrified by the fancy moms that dominate it. With wealthy husbands, massive homes, nannies, no jobs and their own hierarchy, the fancy moms have no intention of letting someone like Marta in, especially the Queen Bee, Taylor Young. Can Marta carve a niche for herself and Eva? And when gorgeous maverick Luke Flynn appears in Marta's line of vision, will she find love after keeping it at bay for so long?
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Jane Porter returns with another entertaining tale of a bohemian, single working mother who finds herself at odds with the stay-at-home alpha momsL'autore:
Jane Porter lives in Seattle with her two children. When not writing she travels to writers conferences, giving lectures and promoting her work.
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