A.E. Radley is an English company director with surprisingly zero interest in reading, despite being married to a qualified librarian. Writing for pleasure and often simply to quell the tedium of long train journeys, she was surprised to discover a receptive and even captivated audience.
When not writing, Radley can be found working or buying unnecessary cat accessories on a popular online store for her two ungrateful strays whom she has threatened to return for the last six years.
A former pensions expert, she has only ever been invited to a dinner party once.
Olivia Lewis is coming to terms with her romantic failure by throwing herself into work. But when clients leave in their droves, Olivia realises that she is losing everything. Meanwhile the world of flight attendant Emily White comes crashing down when she loses her job. With no income, large debts and a five-year-old son things can’t get any worse. A twist of fate brings them together again.
Emily White works in a first-class cabin, spends a lot of time in the air and desperately misses her five-year-old son. On board she meets Olivia Lewis, who is a literal high-flying business executive with a weekly commute, a meticulous schedule, and terrible social skills.
When a personal emergency brings them together, will they be able to overcome their differences and learn how to communicate?