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BrewGirl-What happens when a feminist meets the chauvinist of her dreams? 


When Zoe Taylor was a pudgy brown little girl in the mid-Eighties, she dreamed of being one of the tall, thin, and white BrewGirls – the spokesmodels for Windy City Brewery, the staple beermaker of Chicago for over a century. 

Fast forward to 2016 – Zoe’s thirty-five, more curvy than pudgy, and working for Windy City Brewery as their lead marketing director. Her BrewGirl aspirations far behind her, Zoe is a self-proclaimed feminist who enjoys spending time with her best friend Ben, avoiding judgmental glares from her marriage-minded mother Marjorie and uptight twin brother Franny, and being a stellar employee to her demanding boss Diane. 
Everything in her life changes the day she meets real-life Ken Doll Nick Webster, a twentysomething sales ingénue she’s forced to work with on a beverage launch. After greeting her with a compliment about her breasts, Zoe instantly hates him. Two months later, she falls in love. 
But when she suspects that Nick is still carrying on with his rumored playboy ways, Zoe becomes unrecognizable to herself. From spying to crying, Zoe’s focus shifts from herself to monitoring her younger boyfriend’s every move. When she uncovers a heart-wrenching secret that threatens to tear both her relationship and her family apart, Zoe has to find her voice again. 

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