By: Ellen Meister
Publication Date: 08/18/2024
My Rating: TBR
Welcome to Divorce Towers, the Beverly Hills condo where there’s more money than sense…more drama than money…and more heat than one high-rise can hold.
Addison Torres has nothing left to lose in New York: no job, no fiancé, no parents to lean on. So when Uncle Arnie offers her a concierge gig in sunny California, she hops on a plane without looking back.
Before it all came crashing down, Addison had a matchmaking career and handsome partner―then she got a little too cozy with a client. Digging her way out of the wreckage, she’s taken a strict vow of celibacy.
Unfortunately, Addison’s new home is where such promises go to die. As concierge at the luxurious Beekman Towers―nicknamed “Divorce Towers” due to the constant influx of the newly single―she’s in constant demand by Beverly Hills’ most eligible and entitled bachelors. Like Dante, a cocksure talent agent. And Zach, an adorable tech wizard.
Addison Torres thinks she’s ready for anything except love. But in Divorce Towers, the world’s toughest concierge may have finally met her match.
About the Author
I started my career as a copywriter, working on staff and then later as a freelancer. All along, I had dreams of becoming a novelist. That came true in 2006 with the publication of my first book.
Now, I proudly welcome my eighth book, TAKE MY HUSBAND. My previous novels are THE ROOFTOP PARTY (Mira 2021), LOVE SOLD SEPARATELY (Mira 2020), DOROTHY PARKER DRANK HERE (Putnam 2015), FAREWELL, DOROTHY PARKER (Putnam 2013), THE OTHER LIFE (Putnam 2011), THE SMART ONE (HarperCollins 2008) and SECRET CONFESSIONS OF THE APPLEWOOD PTA (HarperCollins 2006). Some career highlights include appearances on NPR, being selected for the prestigious Indie Next List by the American Booksellers Association, foreign language translations of my books, and receiving a TV series option from HBO. My nonfiction has appeared in the New York Times, Newsday, the Wall Street Journal blog, Huffington Post, Daily Beast, Long Island Woman, Writer's Digest and more.
I teach creative writing and also offer editorial and ghostwriting services. WEBSITE