Grace Space by Robin Merrill

Darcy is an unemployed 24-year-old teacher living with her parents when she attends a Grace Space “celebration.” She is taken in by the idea of making $40 an hour selling MLM make-up. She signs up, buys the lilac suit, and gets to work attending “family meetings” and trying to make the big bucks. When she meets (and really likes) Luke, the son of her Grace Space “great-grandmother,” she is baffled as to why he hates the company so much and feels torn between him and the potential to make lots of money. If you have ever sold anything through direct sales, attended a home party, or been hounded by your essential oil, fancy nail, weight loss wrap selling friends on Facebook, read this book! Grace Space is a fast and very funny escape for your brain.

5 (out of 5) Stars

Books Read in 2015: 34
Pages Read in 2015: 8953
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