Life, Unscheduled

Life, Unscheduled

3.81 (6,068 ratings by Goodreads)
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3.81 (6,068 ratings by Goodreads)

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A smart, modern novel about a woman trying to balance her career, her best friend, and falling in love without crashing and burning.

Nicole Palmieri is married to her job. As a user experience designer at Virtuality, an artificial intelligence company in Los Angeles, Nicole is at her desk from sunrise to sunset. She doesn't have time for a social life (or a love life), but that's perfectly fine with her. Until her best friend, Parisa Shahin, announces her engagement and asks Nicole to be her maid of honor.

That's when Nicole decides to meticulously schedule out the next six months of her life--from her project due dates to her dress-fitting appointments to how many hours she plans to sleep each night. If she can stick to her schedule, she'll balance everything fine. Of course, that's a really big if. And after she crosses paths with emerging restaurateur Brandon Phelps, Nicole is feeling feelings she hasn't felt in...well, ever. But scheduling time to fall in love might push even the most meticulous plans into pure chaos.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 318 pages
  • 137.92 x 208.03 x 25.91mm | 340.19g
  • English
  • 1542027713
  • 9781542027717
  • 1,122,721

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"Rockaway's newest standalone offers an honest and open look at the mental health and relationship struggles of a modern career woman. Nicole's struggles are real and relatable, while her happy ending is hard-earned and sweet." --Library Journal
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