From the back of the book:
If it’s not one thing, it’s her mother.
Before there were mommy bloggers, there was Britt. San Francisco’s brassy scandal queen filled her newspaper column with juicy details of her many marriages, cosmetic surgeries and everything about her only daughter, Mason.
Then Britt dies. Suddenly and in spectacularly embarrassing fashion. So Mason — now 35 and vehemently un-Britt-like in every way — returns home to settle her affairs…though some affairs are not so easy to settle.
Now caught in her own sordid debacle, Mason finds herself thrust back into the spotlight, and this time it’s her own doing.
Struggling to define herself as anything other than Britt Junior, Mason soon discovers that Britt’s intensely public life still held some secrets. And though the overgrown teen rebel has always favoured combat boots, she may yet walk a mile in her mother’s shoes.