Time to get ed-Gia-cated! Gia is an outrageous, potty-mouthed Australian living in fabulous New York when she is unceremoniously dumped by her assmonkey boyfriend. After a drunken chain of events, Gia somehow finds herself on a reality dating show called Happily Ever After, competing to win the heart of Prince Charming.
Trapped in a castle with 29 other women who are all drunk on the Kool-Aid, she dismisses the prince as a bit of a tosspuppet but he can't help be intrigued.
What happens next could be a fairytale for the ages...or it could be the most craptastic and, you know, humiliating experience of her life. On national TV.
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About the Author
Bec is the sole parent of the single most incredible individual, 14 year old Elijah. She has been described as a dreamer, sometimes kooky and not exactly a realist, however she prefers the term 'cynical optimist'.
She is an avid reader of well...just about everything, and spends her spare time indulging her unhealthy obsession with any kind of Hollywood gossip, bad reality TV and other shows aimed at a demographic half her age. She is inexplicably fascinated with Charles Manson and Hitler, but, you know, not in a bad way.
If she was separated from her Kindle, iPhone or iPad for any length of time, there would be grave fears for her wellbeing and/or the safety of others. Bec has also been known to quote the lyrics of Taylor Swift's 'Mean'…not that there's anything wrong with that.
Quote of the day: "I need to be rich enough to be considered eccentric and not just weird".
'All the Right Reasons' is Bec's debut novel.