This book is bargain priced from 03/28/2014 until 03/30/2014
Minnie Chase doesn’t tick all the boxes when it comes to ‘normal’. She is a mathematical genius but socially inept. She is a problem solver and a troublemaker. She has good intentions but bad timing.
When Minnie meets billionaire business mogul Ashton Greene she speaks her mind. Unfortunately, just one word is all it takes to turn Greene’s perfect world upside down.
Worse still, this calamitous conversation is captured on someone’s smartphone and uploaded to the Internet for the world to share. Greene’s misfortune goes viral. His glamorous girlfriend, the mayor of San Francisco, deserts him, while his market shares go into freefall. For Greene, it seems, the only way is down.
Minnie is mortified. The subsequent fall-out disastrously affects her life too. What’s more, she possesses a photographic memory, which means Minnie can’t forget what’s happened even if she wanted to. Moving on isn’t going to happen until she goes back and makes right her wrong.
Determined to fix her mistake, Minnie follows Greene from London to San Francisco. He goes into hiding, she sets out to find him never once imagining how weird and wild this will get.
Out of her comfort zone and into the real world, Minnie soon discovers that algorithms are much easier to work out than people.
Funny, touching, charming, Minnie Chase Makes A Mistake is about getting something wrong and trying to put it right. It’s about actions, events and consequences. It’s about never giving up even when the odds are stacked against you, which applies to both Minnie and Greene.
Targeted Age Group: 15 to 150
Book Price: 99c
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Helen MacArthur has written weekly horoscopes (first-ever job), ghost written agony aunt columns, worked as a fashion editor, picture editor, sub editor and has regularly contributed to UK national newspapers and magazines such as Woman&Home; Ideal Home; In Style; Now; Woman; Blush; SHE Magazine; Sunday Mirror; Sunday Mail; and the Daily Mail. Other jobs include web and e-commerce content, article writing, regular ghost writing and eBooks. She lives in Surrey, England, with her husband, young daughter and two guinea pigs, Crystal and Sunny. Helen has written one other book, Four Widows.