From Publishers Weekly
Jane Cooper is a New Yorker committed to leisure: even though she has a job in client relations at a financial firm, she makes a point of spending her weekday mornings hanging out and doing embroidery while pretending to be in client meetings. When Rebecka, Jane's rich best friend, offers to take her to an expensive South Beach resort to help mend Rebecka's broken heart, Jane doesn't hesitate. She's unaware, however, of what her failure to do her job really means for others-at her company, and beyond. After epithet-studded heartache talk, makeovers and barhopping, it turns out that Jane really does care about something other than hanging out. Koslow's adept, entertaining debut manages, to the surprise of narrator Jane, to celebrate the good that comes from committing to work and love.
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About the Author
graduated Kutztown University with a bachelors degree in fine arts, with a concentration in photography. Slacker Girl
is her first novel. She has worked in advertising, mixology (aka, bartending), and publishing.