Izzy Harris should have it all – but her boyfriend has been ignoring her for months, she’s been overlooked for a promotion, and the owner of her local coffee shop pervs on her every time she has a craving for a salted caramel muffin.
Then her life is unexpectedly turned upside down.
Izzy dumps her oblivious boyfriend, and leaps on the chance to win a big pitch at work. Needing to work closely with gorgeous colleague Alex is an added perk…
But then her best friend has her heart broken, the pitch is way more complicated than expected, and Alex is keeping secrets. Does Izzy have what it takes to help her friend, save her career and get the guy?
I thoroughly enjoyed Keris's latest novel. It was funny and thoughtful and had real heart.
If you could see me now is the story of Izzy. We've all been a bit like Izzy at some point. She puts up with a less than perfect relationship because it's easy. She puts up with a less than perfect job because it's easy. She never quite puts herself first or thinks about striving for more because what she has is fine. However this is about to change for Izzy.
Izzy wakes up one morning and finds that she is invisible. Being invisible gives her the opportunity to reevaluate her life (along with the help of her best friend) and opens Izzy's eyes to all of the things she's just put up with because they are comfortable and pushes her to strive for more and value herself more.
I loved following Izzy's story and particularly loved the relationships within the book particularly that between Izzy and her best friend.
Overall I thoroughly enjoyed it and cannot wait for more from Keris.