Every night on her late night radio show, Jeannie Sterling vents with her listeners about rude mobile phone users, poor gym etiquette, and other annoyances of modern life. Jeannie truly believes that the world can be a better place, no matter how irritating people may be. But after all these years she's starting to notice that some of the pieces of her perfect puzzle aren't fitting quite right. An unexpected visit from her father and a romantic relationship with her college crush start to make her feel that life is spinning out of control. And Jeannie doesn't like being out of control. When Nicholas Moss - the dangerously attractive New York mogul - buys the radio station, Jeannie's career, her last safe haven, descends into chaos. She is pushed to increase ratings and goes too far, risking the loss of everything and everyone important to her. Loaded with fresh comic insight, LATE NIGHT TALKING is about the magic of falling in love with someone you'd never expect, the value of loyalty and friendship, and the love for one's parents, even though you've spent the last five years in therapy blaming them for everything.
Leslie Schnur grew up in Ohio and California. After an award-winning career in publishing, taking her from Simon & Schuster to VP Editor-in-Chief at Dell and Delacorte, she turned her hand to writing and her first novel, The Dog Walker, was an international bestseller. She lives in New York with her family.