Book two of the Spa Girls Collection features Morgan Malliard, the rich jewelry heiress who, at age 29, still lives with her cold, controlling father. She has just found out, along with the rest of San Francisco, that Andy, the man she eloped with, was already married. After getting a quick annulment, she decides that all her embarrassing failures with men are due to the fact that she’s never lived in “the real world.” Thus begins Morgan’s foray into independence, which proves more trying than she thought when she discovers that job-hunting can be humiliating, cheap shoes hurt, and it’s always best to take the good car when going on long trips.
Eventually, Morgan learns that there’s more to life than money and that the price she’s been paying for luxury is way too high. Find out how this society girl/heiress learns how to stand on her own two feet.
The quirkiness of the characters and the surprising plot twists and turns will keep you reading this fun chick lit about three admittedly “desperate” best friends who are learning to deal with their various “issues” God’s way. – Melanie Dickerson, Christian Book Previews.com
The second novel in the Spa Girls Collection focuses on Morgan, who seems to have it all--diamonds at her disposal, a willowy figure, elegance and a doting daddy. But her etiquette-controlled, well-sculpted life has left her without an identity to call her own. And the Prince Charming she thought she'd found to rescue her has proved to be a dud, as San Francisco's headlines can attest. It's time for a getaway with her best gals, so Morgan can rejuvenate, regroup and figure out how to make a life she can live with!