You've Got Mail meets Confessions of a Shopaholic meets Parks and Rec--this romance might have to move mountains.
When her business partner is accused of serious financial crimes, superstar influencer Cat Cranwell--an engineered marvel of beauty, energy, and fun--falls from her penthouse perch. Desperate to get away from the online trolls and paparazzi documenting her disgrace, Cat accepts her uncle's offer to work with him in Kannery National Park, Montana. About as far as possible from life as she's known it.
Cat's world shifts from the swirling haze of likes and comments to literal blizzards of frostbite temperatures and waist-deep snow. In place of negotiating brand deals, she finds herself negotiating at the ledge of a frozen lake with her die-hard Polar Bear Plunge coworkers. Instead of padding through the marble kitchen of her Manhattan loft, she's sharing a tent-sized cabin with a roommate eager to bond like characters in sitcoms. But something curious is also happening in this overwhelming breath of fresh air as she reacquaints with the most honest parts of herself and begins to ask the hard questions. Can Cat love herself with, and without, the world watching?
Then there's that other tiny problem--she's falling for Zaiah, the ruggedly handsome park ranger--and he hates anything remotely connected to social media, quite possibly her included.
Written with bestselling author Melissa Ferguson's signature wit and charm, this laugh-out-loud romantic comedy of opposites attract is full of hilarious romp and a romance that will melt readers' hearts.
- Sweet romantic comedy
- Stand-alone novel
- Book length: 80,000 words
- Includes discussion questions for book clubs
About the Author
Melissa Ferguson is a child of God, wife, mother of two boys with a little girl on the way, daughter, sister, and educator. Some of Melissa's favorite moments of the day are when she can sit and be alone with the Lord in the mornings, as well as singing songs with her boys! Her goal is for people young and forever young to see Christ through her words and actions. She hopes to help little ones "catch on" to the bigger ideas in God's word, by helping them understand those ideas at their developmental level.