‘Never ask a single person it they’re seeing anyone special; an unemployed person it they’ve found a job, or a married couple when they’re planning to have children. You’re not making conversation. You’re starting someone on the road to Prozac.’
Charlie Edwards has started keeping a journal of advice for future generations – things that she wishes she had known years ago. With the ig 30 looming and her baby sister’s wedding just around the corner, she’s in the mood o be reflective.
On the plus side: Charlie has a good job as a personal assistant to Hollywood’s sexiest – and most insecure – movie start, a group of devoted friends and a loving – of somewhat eccentric – family.
On the minus: she’s chronically single and refreshingly normal in a city that prides itself on perfection. (Charlie knows that some days are just a total waste of makeup.)
But then Charlie develops a serious crush on a man who might actually return her feelings. Can she follow her own advice when it comes to matters of the heart…?