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By Lisa Heidke

Claudia Taylor's existence is a multitude. Her twenties and thirties appear to have disappeared in a haze of uninteresting place of work jobs, flawed shags, and superficial spending. Her newest catastrophe? An ill-advised fling. In an try and get a few standpoint on her existence, Claudia jets off to wonderful Santorini along with her most sensible pals, Tara and Sophie. yet it isn't lengthy prior to they're shaking their heads at a few of Claudia's shenanigans. in the meantime, Sophie and Tara are wrestling with their very own concerns. Sophie, a former high-flying occupation lady, is being affected by being a stay-at-home mom and her husband's nasty ex-wife. Tara is unwell of her dead-end activity and attempting to write a unique. Claudia's immense holiday is an hilarious novel approximately friendship, romance, laughter, and loyalty. it is also approximately 3 girl taking inventory in their lives—with a bit drunken karaoke thrown in to the combination. For Claudia and her associates, lifestyles isn't a similar after their much-needed vacation in paradise.

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I needed to be frugal, and I would be. Absolutely, definitely — after my holiday. A couple of weeks wouldn’t make any difference. The thing was, financially I was in dire straits. In fact, my massive debt was one of the reasons I was living with Tara. The other being that I’d had no other option when George and I had broken up. It was a long story, also a bit humiliating, and I didn’t want to think about that right now. But I had a plan. All going well, in two years’ time, maybe less if I got my spending under control, I’d be debt free.

3 Stepping out of the hotel foyer (Ha! Hotel foyer, my backside! More like a dark narrow corridor) and onto the uneven street, I checked the address on the envelope, read the instructions and consulted my guidebook. Joy! Another bus ride was in order. I headed towards Syntagma Square, pretty sure I could catch a bus from there. It was easier walking the cobbled streets without dragging luggage, but it was still draining in the afternoon heat and high heels. Every couple of minutes I looked up from my map to cross a street or backtrack.

Then there were those secret times after work — no game playing, no having to be careful because someone could be watching — when it was just the two of us, alone. Alone with our private jokes and intimacies. I should have forced myself to stop before our flirtation went too far. But I couldn’t pull back, even though I knew where it was heading. Still, I tried not to think that I might have been falling in love with Marcus. We were just two work colleagues enjoying each other’s company. At least that’s what I foolishly told myself.

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