Finding Myself Gracefully
Twenty-something Eva Roberts has struggled to find herself in her boring suburban town. Living in her successful twin brother's shadow, Eva has no career and no future mapped out for herself. She job hops endlessly in search of her ideal job, which somehow eludes her. Her love life---or lack of one, is not much better, either, and she spends her weekends on the couch with a carton of Ben and Jerry. That's when Eva decides to move to the big city, thinking she will find her destiny at last and put small town life behind her forever. Of course, Eva's plans for securing true love, a career and happiness are dashed when she falls for an emotionally unavailable, unhappily married playboy who just happens to be estranged from his wife. As for her dream job, Eva ends up as a lowly paid receptionist with a demanding boss that can't stand her. Soon Eva finds out how tough city life can be, and how quickly she must grow up in a dog-eat-dog world while making all her dreams come
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