Everything’s Not Bigger

“I enjoyed Britt Skrabanek’s second novel tremendously…it’s ‘Sex and the City’ for the REAL Carrie Bradshaw’s. The author is realistic in describing Jaye’s enchantment with the glamour and glitz, yet the struggle and reluctance to ‘keep up with the Jones’s’.”

“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.”        

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In the heartland of oil money, Jaye Davis spends her whirlwind existence trapped in the battle fields of high fashion. Surrounded by sparkling ambition and plastic perfection, she reluctantly masquerades as a sales drone at Lyman’s, a luxury store in Dallas. After escaping a turbulent past and leaving everything behind, Jaye struggles to find her place in the world. Armed with a quiet determination, she embarks on a solitary quest, searching for certainty in an uncertain future.

But Jaye Davis isn’t her real name–only a byproduct of the witness protection program. Once her fabricated identity is thrown into jeopardy, she flees to the haunting allure of Prague. Unearthing her roots in an important step toward self-discovery, she learns to surrender to the life she truly deserves.




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