The Accidental Socialite
Quirky and clumsy twenty-two-year-old Paige Crawford arrives in London on a cold Saturday in January. Just when she starts to think that moving thousands of miles away from home was a bad idea, Jason Frost appears. Confident and classy, Jason is the complete opposite of Paige and just what she needs in her life, or so she thinks. Before their romance has time to blossom, Paige trips and falls into the arms of a mysterious man on a drunken night out. She's snapped by paparazzi, and the next day newspaper headlines suggest she's having an affair with the married footballer. While adjusting to instant tabloid celebrity status, Paige is also juggling a new job at Fashionista magazine, a catalog of dating disasters and a nagging doubt that she maybe won't conquer London after all. When a trip back to Canada for Christmas reminds Paige why she left her old life behind, she returns to London with renewed vigor. While jobs, flats and men may come and go, friends in London are forever.
The Accidental New Yorker
Paige Crawford, former accidental socialite, has managed to shed her Z-list celebrity status and pull her life into a semblance of normalcy. But more importantly, she’s close to proving to her family and herself that she can make it on her own.
That is, until she’s fired from her job and left with no choice but to leave London for good.
She hops on a plane headed home to Canada, only to decide to give herself one more chance to make it before hers becomes a life of "I told you so's." So instead of walking onto her connecting flight, she leaves JFK Airport and steps into the wilds of New York City, where she soon learns her misadventures have only just begun.
While she juggles writing a popular blog, locating a missing male model, and working for a sexy new boss, Paige learns that “making it” has nothing to do with where you end up, but everything to do with how you get there.