Lexi has always had a reputation for accidentally messing things up, but she never thought she’d be jobless and homeless at twenty-six. With no other choice, she returns to her hometown to do a little life searching.
Lexi quickly discovers a lot has changed in the eight years since she first left Fairville, a quirky little town in the middle of nowhere. Most of her best friends from high school are now married and have children, and her parents have sold their home and are now living in a loft above their store. One thing still remains the same, though. Anders, her old high school crush is still as hot as ever.
Determined to get her life back on track, Lexi starts searching for an apartment and a job. But during a crazy night at one of her friend’s bachelorette parties, she wakes up in Las Vegas, hungover and married to Evan, Anders’ brother, a guy she barely knows. So much for getting her life back on track.
*an NA Romantic Comedy – This story takes place over multiple parts. Each part is approximately 20,000 words.
Honestly, I’ve only ever met Jessica Sorenson’s dark, intense and raw characters, but The Diary of Lexi Ashford confirms for me a few things.
- Lexi Ashford is 100% opposite to dark intense and raw.
- I LOVE Lexi Ashford
- It’s been confirmed. From this moment forward, I declare, that I will love anything and everything Jessica Sorenson writes.
The Diary of Lexi Ashford is Sorenson’s debut romantic Comedy and it writes and reads with such ease and comfort, it is hard to believe that it is the first time the Author has published in this genre.
Lexi Ashford is a mess. A life filled with chaos, accidents and continuous bad luck; it seems Lexi is destined for a life of pandemonium. Hitting rock bottom and moving back home with her parent’s marks the beginning of the end for Lexi. Getting reminded of how much of a ‘loser’ she was in high school Lexi is forced to hang with the ‘cool’ kids in Vegas. And well, what happens in vegas stays in vegas… until it follows you home.
With hilarious one liners and the perfect amount of wit and sarcasm, Sorenson brings to life a hilariously facetious main character and a cast of secondary characters, whose inappropriateness wraps up this story in a big, bright red bow.
I am absolutely committed to this series and can’t wait for more of Lexi Ashford. To be able to laugh and still weave a perfect story line into 20 000 words; Jessica Sorenson you rock.