High-Heels And Slippers!

High-Heels And Slippers is a women’s commercial novel about Josie Jenkins, a quirky Brit living in Texas trying to navigate her way around a modern-day love triangle.  Available now as an ebook @ www.smashwords.com and www.amazon.com   – a bargain at $2.99!


Meet Josie Jenkins, a quirky Brit living in Texas, fan of indulgent body-scrubs and the odd glass of wine. She’s currently Customer Service Manager at Harpers & Green Co, home of high-end shirts and also, rather unhelpfully, Bob Green: her ex-boyfriend (who also happens to be married). She is thousands of miles away from home and her job appears to be in jeopardy – safe to say, Josie’s going through a wobbly patch. So when the rather handsome Callum Doherty, (just picture blue eyes and Irish good looks) begins flirting with Josie, she is thrilled…until she realizes she’s not the only girl at work with her eye on the office heart-throb. How can she compete against her pert-bottomed rival from the accounts department?  Josie’s love-life takes another complicated and unexpected turn when out of the blue Josie receives a mysterious Facebook friend request from her high-school sweetheart, Tom Barker.  Tom is keeping something from her, drawing her in and causing her to question if it’s time to reconnect the past with the present.  It’s time for some soul searching. Will Josie take the emotional trip back to theUKor try her luck with the handsome Mr. Doherty?  Is there heartbreak ahead in Josie’s future?



2 responses to “High-Heels And Slippers!

  1. Hi Ella. I’ve just seen the title of your novel and I love it. I’ve written one called, High Heels & Scandals. Great minds…

  2. Oh funny! Inspired by your shed, I have tidied the house and reclaimed some space for my laptop! 😉

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