After a series of disastrous romantic rebounds, she has settled into a long-distance relationship with handsome Jake McIntyre. Things are certainly looking up…at least until lingering emotional baggage threatens her love life and her best friends stun her with a pair of shocking announcements. Suddenly, Waverly is faced with being left behind by everyone she loves. And in true Waverly fashion, things must get comically worse before they can get better. It takes forming an unexpected new friendship with an elderly neighbor and meddling in the love lives of two of her coworkers to make “the American Bridget Jones” realize that although life—before and after thirty—never fails to be messy and unpredictable, friendship and love make it all worthwhile.
“Almost immediately, I felt like I was a part of the friendship circle Waverly shares with friends Andie and McKenna… Wonderfully colorful, descriptive, and alive, It’s a Waverly Life was fun, perceptive, and totally today. Five stars.” –Serendipity