This book has more to it than actually meets the eye. To be honest, I was expecting the typical chick lit story, with predictable 'twists' and transparent characters. I was wrong. This book is well worth a read.
Trixie Trader is a bit lazy. She has lost the enthusiasm that landed her the high flying job in the city, and that kept her job safe. Now it has been decided that she's drunk one bottle too many of champagne, been rude enough to all her clients, and has had one too many sick days.
She has just 50 days to hook a Big Deal, one which is like gold dust when you've been out of the scene for so long. Trixie finds that if you talk to your work mates, life may become simpler. After all, it can't be that hard to hook a deal, can it? They don't call her Trixie Trader for nothing.
There's harassed looking Bloodhound to sort her out, Ciaran, the gorgeous new edition to the office, her best friend, and her house keeper Lily. But there is more to her than meets the eye, and this goes for the same characters too....