Job gone, boyfriend gone, and home as good as gone. But 31-year-old Corinna wouldn’t be resourceful Nana’s granddaughter if she didn’t immediately throw herself into rebuilding her life, and so it’s not long before she has a brilliant business idea. She starts up “Dirt Angels” – a service geared towards relieving overworked managers and hapless mummy’s boys of their tedious household chores and taking on the ever-so-taxing co-ordination of their leisure pursuits. The venture is a huge success from the very start, commissions just come rolling in, and everything is going like clockwork. That is until the day that Corinna is cleaning the house of a particularly fussy customer and comes across a dead body. Worried about her firm’s image, she makes a spur-of-the-moment decision: that body’s got to go! But how – and where?
Sassy women’s novel complete with corpse and feel-good factor – mousy Cinderella blossoms into a stylish small business entrepreneur, and happens to find both Mr Right and some lifelong friends along the way.