Getting Clean With Stevie Green by Swan Huntley audiobook

Getting Clean With Stevie Green

By Swan Huntley

Simon & Schuster Audio 9781982159627
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    Available on 01/25/2022

    ISBN: 9781797138138

The author of We Could Be Beautiful, praised by Redbook as “a sparkling dark romance” brings her “wit and verve” (The New York Times Book Review) to a quirky, feel-good novel about a woman confronting the issues that could dismantle her successful new business venture and upend her untidy personal life. Stevie Green—thirty-seven, and old enough to know better—has had it with binge drinking, sleeping with strange men, and living in a different city every time the wind blows. So when her mother decides to downsize and asks for help moving to a new place, she jumps at the chance to return to her hometown of La Jolla, California. She’s a minimalist at heart and has always been meticulous: maybe a change of scenery and her ace organizational skills will change her life. Stevie puts down the booze, adopts a militant daily schedule, and opens a decluttering business that looks like it just might take off. Her life seems to finally be on the right track, but there are still some demons she just can’t seem to outrun: her father’s death, her reunion with the world’s messiest, most intrusive sister, a humiliating high school scandal she can’t seem to outrun—and her very complicated feelings for her former best friend. Worse, those miniature wine bottles in her car’s console won’t stop beckoning to her. Can Stevie apply her decluttering skills to her own life, or are there just some messes that can’t be cleaned up?

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The author of We Could Be Beautiful, praised by Redbook as “a sparkling dark romance” brings her “wit and verve” (The New York Times Book Review) to a quirky, feel-good novel about a woman confronting the issues that could dismantle her successful new business venture and upend her untidy personal life.

Stevie Green—thirty-seven, and old enough to know better—has had it with binge drinking, sleeping with strange men, and living in a different city every time the wind blows.

So when her mother decides to downsize and asks for help moving to a new place, she jumps at the chance to return to her hometown of La Jolla, California. She’s a minimalist at heart and has always been meticulous: maybe a change of scenery and her ace organizational skills will change her life.

Stevie puts down the booze, adopts a militant daily schedule, and opens a decluttering business that looks like it just might take off. Her life seems to finally be on the right track, but there are still some demons she just can’t seem to outrun: her father’s death, her reunion with the world’s messiest, most intrusive sister, a humiliating high school scandal she can’t seem to outrun—and her very complicated feelings for her former best friend. Worse, those miniature wine bottles in her car’s console won’t stop beckoning to her. Can Stevie apply her decluttering skills to her own life, or are there just some messes that can’t be cleaned up?

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Author Bio: Swan Huntley

Author Bio: Swan Huntley

Swan Huntley earned her MFA from Columbia University. She has received fellowships from the MacDowell Colony and the Ragdale Foundation.

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Available Formats : CD
Category: Fiction/Women
Audience: Adult
Language: English