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Jessica Brody knew from a young age that she wanted to be a writer. She started "self-publishing" her own books when she was seven years old, binding the pages together with cardboard, wallpaper samples and electrical tape.
Brody graduated from Smith College in 2001 with a double major in Economics and French and a minor in Japanese. She went to work for MGM Studios as a Manager of Acquisitions and Business Development, and then, in 2005, she quit her job to follow her dream of becoming a published author.
Brody is the author of the novel Love Under Cover and the young adult novels The Karma Club and My Life Undecided. Jessica's books are published in over ten foreign countries including the U.K., France, Germany, Czech Republic, Russia, Brazil, China, Portugal, and Taiwan. She now works full time as a writer and producer, and currently splits her time between Los Angeles and Colorado.
This book grabbed my attention from the beginning til the end. It was entertaining while sparking ethical debate with those I discussed the plot with.Published 15 months ago by K. Bostedor
Bust 'em!! that's what the main character does to cheating husbands/partners in this fast-turning book; I read it from cover to cover in two short sessions. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Kelly Watts
This was a fun read, sort of like following a superhero who's superpower is the ability to cut through the BS and read men, one who is intent on outing cheaters. Read morePublished on January 14, 2011 by sea
I've been dying to read this book for what seems like forever. Since, for one, it has an amazing book trailer, one of the best ever, and for two it has an interesting premise. Read morePublished on February 6, 2010 by Lauren
I felt obliged to write a review because my opinion of this novel differs from most of the other reviewers. Read morePublished on July 11, 2009 by S. Barresi
In general this story is a fun read but the author tries too hard to justify Ashlyn's job. There's one point she says "I've already changed over 200 people's lives. Read morePublished on February 9, 2009 by K. Morrison