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April 16, 2014

J&J Asst. General Counsel Chris Guiton Authors New Novel: A Shot At Happy

Chris Guiton was an associate in the firm's Philadelphia office and a member of the Commercial Litigation practice group from 2002 through 2005. He was also a summer associate in 2001.

Chris is an Assistant General Counsel at Johnson & Johnson, a devoted husband and father to three small children and an avid basketball player. Chris recently added published author to his resume with the release of his new novel, A Shot at Happy. Chris is currently working on the prequel. Stay tuned for that one but read on to learn more about A Shot at Happy.

A Shot at Happy Description:

28-year-old Drew Kelly knows exactly how to be happy. No work, no bills and no responsibilities. And definitely no relationships. Rather than dealing with life’s daily struggles, Drew only does what he wants, when he wants. Like volunteering at the local soup kitchen, reading for hours, and playing basketball every morning with his buddies at the sports club. Life is good. Or so he thinks. When Drew meets the charming but conventional Natalie, their instantaneous connection turns his world upside down. While Drew can’t resist Natalie’s positive vibe, Natalie is inspired by Drew’s spontaneity and is liberated with every unpredictable moment spent with him. Together, they explore a depth of happiness they never thought possible….but are they willing to give up life as they know it just to make it work? A Shot at Happy is a quirky, lighthearted love story that will not only make you laugh, but it will also make you rethink your life’s priorities, appreciate the value of your relationships, and reconsider what truly makes you happy. But mostly, it will make you ask yourself: In the quest for happiness, should you follow your head or your heart?

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