Deliciously dark and fantastically funny, Rachel's Holiday is the story of a young woman living life rather too well until the day she takes it too far endangering everything she cares about . . .
'They said I was a drug addict. But my occasional drug use was strictly recreational. And, hey, surely drug addicts are skinny?'
Rachel is living it up in New York City, spending her nights talking her way into glamorous parties before heading home in the early hours to her hot boyfriend Luke.
Then her sensible older sister shows up and even though it seems like a bad joke, she finds herself in actual rehab.
It's there that she's supposed to kick her non-existent drug habit - and to get over losing Luke. Luke's a fox; he's also strong and kind, but he has had more than he can take of Rachel.
None of this was part of her plan and saying goodbye to fun will be hard.
But not as hard as losing the man that, too late, she believes might be the love of her life . . .
'Gloriously funny' Sunday Times
'A born storyteller' Independent on Sunday
'The voice of a generation' Daily Mirror