Joanne, a fashion photographer, helps her friend, Lane Daniels (Hilary Duff), an aspiring writer, get in to see Kate White, primary editor at Cosmopolitan Magazine, to pitch a story idea - which doesn't go well.
On the way out the door, Kate and Lane discuss how hard it is to find a good man, which leads to Kate assigning Lane the task of joining the business world to find a man amongst all those eligible 'downtown' bachelors, and writing an article about that.
The two separated and Ben was primarily raised by his mom.
Ben has an older brother named Matt Patton (half brother to Jojo).
She is to go under-cover and look for her 'magic man' (one for whom she has a lengthy checklist of desirable attributes, as opposed to her friend Joanne's checklist which consists of: 1 cute).
With a fraudulent résumé, Lane bluffs, bumbles, and sabotages her way into getting an administrative assistant position in the Corporate Strategic Planning department of a major investment firm.
This new half-hour docu-series will follow Courtney as she navigates the lively Dallas social scene, while building a new career.
Here’s the lowdown: Courtney took a leap of faith by quitting her stable job in fashion retail to pursue her exploding fashion blog full-time (woohoo, a girl after my own heart!
Roush Fenway is expected to scuttle Biffle's #16 team, and that could make that team's charter available to the highest bidder - including the new JTG Daughtery entry. I didn't see a light at the end of the tunnel, so I decided I'd rather do something else - even if it means not driving anymore.
One night, she and Joanne bump into Liam at a bar, and she is immediately impressed.
He is handsome, British, polite, witty, spontaneous, a world traveler, etc. She goes on a date with Liam and is seriously interested.
) Love life aside, Courtney is also faced with shocking news that her mother may have cancer, which only strengthens her bonds with her family and best friend, Tori.
However, as Courtney’s career rides high, she neglects important friends and proves that having it all sure isn’t easy.