The Little Lady Agency

Gentlemen! No little lady in your life? Call the Little Lady Agency: everything organized, from your home to your wardrobe, to your social life to you. No funny business or laundry.


“Warning: only start this when you’ve got a whole day to spare – you won’t want to stop reading until it’s finished.”

– Company


“Warning: only start this when you’ve got a whole day to spare – you won’t want to stop reading until it’s finished.”

– Company


Synopsis

Melissa Romney-Jones can bake a perfect sponge cake, type her little heart out, and plan a party blindfolded. But none of that has helped her get far in life or in love. When she gets fired — again — she decides to market her impeccable social skills to single men. To avoid embarrassing her father, a Member of Parliament, Melissa dons a blond wig and becomes “Honey,” a no-nonsense bombshell who helps clueless bachelors shop, entertain, and navigate social minefields. She even attends parties if a client needs a “date.” But when a dashing American starts to request Honey’s services on a regular basis, it’s only a matter of time before Honey’s and Melissa’s worlds collide….



About the author

Hester Browne is a New York Times bestselling author. She likes cryptic crosswords, reeling, and Berger cookies.

The Lady Caroline / 5th July, 2013

Where did the inspiration for Melissa/Honey and The Little Lady Agency come from?

Is there actually such an enterprise. When I first read it I always thought what a super job to have and would be wonderful if it were viable.

I love the ‘Little Lady’ series and have read it countless times.


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