Synopses & Reviews
Jenna Rosen has pleased her parents by becoming a lawyer and pleased her bank account by joining a prestigious firm. And not one other thing in her life pleases her except cycling.
Shes got plenty of money but no time to train. If she quit her job shed have plenty of time and no money to travel on tour. Not to mention that her parents are completely opposed to having a professional cyclist for a daughter.
What she really needs is a practical plan to collect a paycheck but not actually have to show up for work. When Jenna realizes that itll only take one little lie to hit the road and race for her dreams, she files for leave. Maternity leave.
Debut author Trish Felice Cohen takes readers for an anything-but-straight ride that ends in the place least expected.
About the Author
Trish Felice Cohen is a prosecutor in Florida. She is also a category 1 racer (cyclist) and the founder of OyVelo.com, a humorous Jewish cycling website created (and last updated) in 2008. She and her partner spend their weekends cycling, napping and drinking beer on a boat with their dogs Lebowski and Cassanova.