Gemma Burgess spent her 20s getting lost, drunk, dumped, fired or in a state of mild hysteria, and still managed to have some of the best times of her life. She lives in New York City with her husband and baby.
"A sassy summer confection." --The New York Times "Entertaining." --New York Daily News, The Summer's Best Beach Reads "Hilarious and touching, this is a page-turner that will leave readers wanting more!" --Romantic Times "In this fun, frothy read about making it in the Big Apple, twentysomething Pia is the proud owner of Skinnywheels, a pink food truck. You'll gobble up her misadventures in navigating the cutthroat world of hipster organic farmers and fending off Bianca, a sneaky ex-colleague out to steal her business plan." --Fitness Magazine "I tore through this hilarious book, laughing out loud and realizing more than once that my jaw had dropped open. Gemma has created a witty and wonderful world of surprising modern heroines." --Joanna Goddard, Cup Of Jo "Gemma Burgess delivers a hilarious, true-to-life story about twenty-somethings living their not-so-dream-lives in Brooklyn with razor-sharp wit, unflinching honesty, and a warm heart. Brooklyn Girls is a must-read." --Cara Lockwood, USA Today bestselling author of I Do (But I Don't) "Fast, funny, and fresh: Brooklyn Girls is a wonderful laugh-out-loud novel for anyone trying to figure out what she wants in life, and how the hell she's going to get it." --Kim Gruenenfelder, author of Wedding Fever and There's Cake in My Future