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Someone Else's Love Letter

A Manhattan fashion consultant searches for a mysterious letter writer—and finds an unexpected adventure . . .

Sage Parker has a dream job—she helps the rich and powerful keep their wardrobes current and suitable for every need. Her sense of fashion is impeccable, her connections are unsurpassed, and her eye misses not a single well-made stitch.

One day, as she dashes about in New York City, she discovers a love note left in the back of her cab. Sage admires the card stock and the ink—but also the heartfelt words. Intrigued, she sets out on a mission to find out who the love note was intended for—and who wrote it.

What Sage discovers will broaden her horizons, introducing her to an extraordinary woman who is revamping her entire world in midlife; a dashing Brit with a hive of secrets; and a free-spirited painter, whose brush captures the light in everything he paints, including Sage . . .

This is a delightful tale of making bold choices in both fashion and life, from an author Susan Isaacs calls “great fun.”

“As a NYC celebrity stylist, I could not wait to turn the pages.” —Amanda Sanders, celebrity stylist at New York Image Consultant

“Passionately and accurately describes the power clothes can have to transform, empower, and define.” —Bryn Taylor, fashion stylist, Bryn Taylor Style

Deborah Blumenthal

Deborah Blumenthal is an award-winning journalist whose work has appeared in publications ranging from the Washington Post to Vogue. She is the author of several books for young adults, adults, and children. Her novel Fat Chance was a New York Times bestseller. She lives in New York City.