“…beautifully and hilarious well written story that perfectly captured the feeling of friendship, relationship, first love” — Koko’s Book Blog
“The perfect 90s romantic comedy!” — Kayti McGee, author of Screwmates
A “plot full of ROFL moments and witty anecdotes…” – Goodreads reviewer
A group of twenty-something girlfriends find themselves in New York City in the midst of the 90s dot-com boom. They’ve got killer jobs, killer clothes, and each other — what could go wrong?
Everything, and usually in the most hilarious way possible.
The first Girlfriends of Gotham’s book follows the life of NYC newcomer Natalie Pepper. She’s a California girl, a fish out of water, and she’s going to make it on her own in the big city despite a massive crush on a coworker (a no-no), a boss that can’t seem to get her name right, and a group of friends creating all kinds of chaos of their own.
If you loved Bridget Jones and miss Sex and the City, this laugh-out-loud series will scratch that itch. Dive in today!
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The second Girlfriends of Gotham’s book continues Natalie Pepper’s story.
She’s settled in the city now, and still pining for CJ, the all-American man who actually loves her back. But she can’t seem to stop getting in her own way. In the meantime, Lulu’s got dating issues of her own—a gorgeous ER doc treats her sprained ankle (which she would point out, he also caused), and then treats her better than any other man ever has.
But there’s one problem…Tippy. His Upper East Side mother and her Upper East Side attitude.
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In the third Girlfriends of Gotham book, Natalie and CJ are finally together, and finally happy. Until CJ’s mentor—in the form of a cougar with way too much cleavage—tries to lure him back upstate for a job. Natalie’s sure she’s trying to lure him with much more than that, and her jealousy might be the end of their short time together.
Meanwhile, Tamara’s past comes back in a big way. A big, tall, hunky cowboy kind of way. Gage Spydell—or Spider—her childhood sweetheart, has come to the big city. And Tamara can’t figure out if she still loves him or hates him. Or both. But she barely has time to consider it before she’s confronted with bigger issues and Spider has to prove his love for her by being there in the most real way possible.