Releasing April 15, 2014

New Adult/Adult Chick-Lit, Romantic Comedy

Quirky and clumsy twenty-two-year-old Paige Crawford arrives in London on a cold Saturday in January.

Just when Paige starts to think that moving thousands of miles away from home with no real plan was

a bad idea, Jason Frost appears. Confident and classy, Jason is the complete opposite of Paige and just

what she needs in her life, or so she thinks.

But before their romance has time to blossom, Paige trips and falls into the arms of a mysterious man

on a drunken night out. She’s snapped by paparazzi, and newspaper headlines the next day suggest that

she’s having an affair with a married footballer.

Paige finds herself instantly elevated to tabloid celebrity status which isn’t exactly a picnic, particularly

when trying to juggle her new job at Fashionista magazine, a catalog of dating disasters and a nagging

doubt that she maybe she can’t conquer London after all.

When a trip back to Canada for Christmas reminds Paige why she left her old life behind, she returns to

London with renewed vigor realizing that while jobs, flats and men may come and go, friends in London

are forever.


About the Author

Growing up in Edmonton, Canada, a significant amount of Stephanie’s time was spent making up and

acting out stories. She was studying to be an actress when she realized there weren’t any parts for

women being written. So, Stephanie wrote herself a short screenplay just to be in it and quickly realized

that writing was her true passion.

She graduated from the University of Alberta with an English and Sociology degree and she also has a

Bachelor of Motion Picture Arts (that’s a fancy term for Film School) from Red Deer College. After a

fateful trip to Mexico in 2006, Stephanie decided to move to New York City to work in film development.

A year later she went back home to write My Green House, a factual TV series. Stephanie moved to

London in 2008 and aside from being obsessed with Eggs Benedict, Fruit Roll Ups and travelling, she also

works in Children’s Television. The Accidental Socialite is her first novel.

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