Everything’s Not Bigger

Everything's Not Bigger CoverIn the heartland of oil money, Jaye Davis spends her whirlwind existence trapped in the battlefields of high fashion. After escaping a turbulent past and leaving everything behind, she struggles to find her place in the world. Because Jaye Davis isn’t her real name. She’s a player in the witness protection program leading a dual existence.

Once her fabricated identity is thrown into jeopardy, Jaye flees to the haunting allure of Prague, embarking on a solitary quest to find certainty in her uncertain world. Unearthing her roots in an important step toward self-discovery, she learns to return to who she really is.

“This novel is suspenseful, romantic, peppered with history, and salted with satirical social commentary.”

“I felt as if I was reading a personal story in someone’s journal and couldn’t stop. Falling in love with her heroine was easy, and putting down this book was not. “

“Ms. Skrabanek is a brilliant writer and has the unique ability to tell a story. Her style is so engrossing the books are difficult to put down.”

“Skrabanek’s portrayal of life in the store and her fellow employees is priceless. Like it or not the women are part of the show and their long days on the floor are spent in heels and forced smiles. Petty rivalries are inevitable.”  Read the full review by Roy McCarthy 

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