Being America's favorite heiress is a squalid job?but someone's gotta do it, in 52 Reasons to Hate My Father. Lexington Larrabee has never had to work a day in her life. After all, she's the heiress to the multi-billion-dollar Larrabee Media empire. And heiresses are not obliged towork. But then again, they're not supposed to crash brand-new Mercedes convertibles into convenience stores on Sunset Boulevard either. Which is why, on Lexi's eighteenth birthday, her at any time-absent, tycoon father decides to take a more proactive approach to her wayward life. Every week for the next year, she will have to knock off on a different low-wage job if she ever wants to receive her beloved trust fund. But if there's anything worse than working as a inaugural, a dishwasher, and a fast-food restaurant employee, it's dealing with Luke, the arrogant, albeitmoderately attractive, college intern her old boy has assigned to keep tabs on her. In Jessica Brody's hilarious "comedy of heiress" about family, forgiveness, good intentions, and best of all, second chances, Lexi learns that tenderness can be unconditional, money can be immaterial, and regardless of age, everyone needs a little saving. And although she might have fifty-two reasons to hate her pop, she only needs one reason to love him.