India’s Summer by Therésè


Print ISBN: 978-1-61188-108-0
E-book ISBN: 978-1-61188-109-7
Original Publication Date:
January 17, 2013
Story Plant Publication Date:
September 10, 2013
-- 262 pages


“India’s Summer is a furious, fast-paced, fun romp through the excesses of life in the Hollywood fast lane, with some thought- provoking wisdom interspersed throughout.”– Jane Green, New York Times bestselling author

“A book has an energy field all of its own and India’s Summer has a really great one.”
– Ekhart Tolle, spiritual leader
and New York Times bestselling author

“India’s Summer offers a timeless tale of women supporting one another – delivered in a way that makes it feel fresh, alive, and utterly of the moment.”
– Arianna Huffington

“India’s fascinating character is what makes India’s Summer a compelling read. She is trying to make a big shift in her life, in her career, in the choices she’s making. She’s funny, clever and vulnerable and you are rooting for her every step of the way.”
– Goldie Hawn

“I love how India learns to trust her inner voice and begins to let her light shine.”
– Miranda Kerr, Victoria’s Secret “Angel”
and author of Treasure Yourself

“I loved this book. India made me smile.”
– Kim Eng, Presence of Movement Workshop Leader

“I often find myself finding family in the strangest places and they are not blood related. I love to have a true bond and in this book I felt the author has created that.”
– Cassandra M’s Place


 
India Butler, single and about to turn forty, travels to LA in an attempt to reinvent her life. In a world rarely illuminated by the flashbulbs of the paparazzi, she discovers the true meaning of “having it all."


 

TherésèTherésè writes fiction that is at once outrageously entertaining and very wise. She has earned the praise of a diverse group of major figures in the world of letters and film, including Arianna Huffington, Ekhart Tolle, Jane Green, Goldie Hawn, and Orlando Bloom.

 


“India’s Summer avoids the familiar clichés of LA and yet captures the character of the city so well.”Orlando Bloom


 

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