Title: The Accidental New Yorker
Series: The Accidental Socialite #2
Author: Stephanie Wahlstrom
Publisher: Swoon Romance
Release Date: February 13, 2015
Paige Crawford, former accidental socialite, has managed to shed her Z-list celebrity status and pull her life into a semblance of normalcy. But more importantly, she’s close to proving to her family and herself that she can make it on her own.
That is, until she’s fired from her job and left with no choice but to leave London behind for good.
She hops on a plane headed home to Canada, only to decide to give herself one more chance to make it before hers becomes a life of "I told you so's." So instead of walking onto her connecting flight, she leaves JFK Airport and steps into the wilds of New York City, where she soon learns her misadventures have only just begun.
And while she juggles writing a popular blog, locating a missing male model, and a sexy new boss who reminds her a little too much of home, Paige is about to learn that “making it” has nothing to do with where you end up, but everything to do with how you get there.
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Paige Crawford life in London has come to an end as she is fired from job in London. On her way back to her home in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada she has a layover in New York City. Tempted after meeting a guy on the flight named Tyler, she decides to stay.
She decides impulsively to stay in New York as she tries to live off her meager funds before returning home once again. Paige struggles to live in New York as she deals with homeless people and the cost of living there.
Her adventures continue as she tries to manage a blog and find jobs to support her life there. Wanting to stay past her allotted time, she thinks of getting married so she can stay in the country but it goes astray.
What will happen to Paige when she goes back to Canada? Is there a possible future romance with someone she did not expect?
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Growing up in Edmonton, Canada, a significant amount of Stephanie’s time was spent making up and acting out stories. She was studying to be an actress when she realized there weren’t any parts for women being written. So, Stephanie wrote herself a short screenplay just to be in it and quickly realized that writing was her true passion. She graduated from the University of Alberta with an English and Sociology degree and she also has a Bachelor of Motion Picture Arts from Red Deer College. She moved to New York on a whim after University and has written a variety of TV shows including an environmentally friendly lifestyle series and a tween magazine style show about celebrities. Stephanie moved to London in 2008 and aside from being obsessed with Eggs Benedict, shoes, Fruit Roll Ups and travelling, she also works in Children’s Television.