A Clean Slate
What would you do if you could reinvent yourself? There are certain events in our lives, such as getting dumped by the love of our life or losing our job, that we would love to forget--but can't. A CLEAN SLATE chronicles the days of Kelly McGraw, who finds herself recently dumped, unemployed and with a case of amnesia that leaves her with no memory of the past five distressing months of her life. Finding herself with a clean slate and feeling perfectly healthy, financially stable and unattached, Kelly reinvents herself as someone more carefree and fabulous. But despite her exciting new life, there are some things from her past that she just can't wipe clean.
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