THE MAKING OF ERIN BETTENCOURT
Erin Bettencourt is a very, very bored office worker. Then, one sunny day, as she’s walking around Toronto, pretending to be famous, she spots an exact replica of her mom’s vintage Chanel 2.55 bag.
Her mom was forced to sell the bag years ago. Now that Erin’s found it again, she wants it back. She needs it back. There’s only one, teeny-tiny (expensive) problem: She doesn’t have the two grand to buy it.
So Erin thinks “inside the box” and starts a business from the cubicle of her boring office job. But she has to earn the money fast, or someone else will buy her missing family heirloom. She also has to avoid getting caught.
Little does Erin realize the chain of events that are about to unfold…all because of an old purse.
Follow Erin’s (mis)adventures from bored office worker to successful lady boss in this funny and heartwarming novel in three parts.
The Making of Erin Bettencourt was previously published as three separate novellas: Erin, Girl; Lady Bettencourt; and House of Bettencourt.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Sandra Cunha is the author of The Making of Erin Bettencourt. She’s currently working on her second novel. Her short story “Exposing Esther” was published in The New Quarterly (Fall 2018, Issue 148).
Sometimes Sandra lives in Toronto, and sometimes she lives in Waterloo. Other times, she doesn’t live in either.