Since turning thirty, I have tried to let go of my preference for twenty-something heroines and embrace the thrity-somethings. Meet thirty-one year old chef, Annie McDee. As Annie searches for the perfect gift for her boyfriend at a thrift store, only to be stood up at his birthday dinner, she is left with a broken heart, and what turns out to be a long lost painting. The Improbability of Love by Hannah Rothschild (as her debut novel) takes readers deep inside the London art scene. And once Annie discovers what she lost has so little value compared to what she's found, the story really gets good.