Sarah is a former beauty therapist who doesn 't wear make-up. She 's a wannabe journo for gossip magazine Women 's Choice, but she knows nothing about celebrities. And now the love of her life has run out on her leaving her with a mortgage to handle on her own.Her life hasn 't gone the way she expected and Sarah feels her future slipping from her control, as life decisions come at her from all corners.Heartbroken and fed up, she decides to take her career by the reins after standing still for far too long.Sarah lands herself the assignment of a lifetime in Europe, with the gorgeous but egocentric photographer, Nick, who just happens to be her ex 's best friend.But when Sarah 's assignment takes a darker turn, she discovers there 's more to this story than meets the eye. Is she ready to risk everything to get the scoop'With a missing rockstar, a suspected murderer on the run, and a race against the clock, Hot Pursuit will whisk you away to some of the world 's most romantic destinations.Appealing to the empowered women 's fiction audience, Hot Pursuit, at its core, is a story about realising your potential. It explores what happens when the expectations we have in life don 't match up to reality an experience that many generations know all too well. Sarah Burrowes is ambitious but has underestimated herself for far too long. Reinventing herself, she takes charge, embraces new challenges and fights to make her own destiny. This is a perfect holiday read.About the AuthorRebecca Freeborn lives in the beautiful Adelaide Hills with a husband, three kids, a dog, a cat, a horse, more books than she can fit in her bookcase and an ever-diminishing wine collection. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Professional and Creative Communications and now works as a communications and content editor for the South Australian Government where she screams into the void against passive voice and unnecessary capitalisation. Rebecca loves strong, witty female characters, and wrote Hot Pursuit because she wanted to escape the focus on fashion and personal appearance that is so common in contemporary women 's fiction. She writes before the sun comes up and spends her moments of spare time reading novels and feminist articles and compulsively checking Facebook.