"Either this man was yanking my chain or there were still people out there who could surprise me. 'You don't think advertising on a utility pole for a wife is a bit out of the ordinary?'"
"He wasn't medieval; he was positively Neanderthal."
What's up with Andy?
No one can be that perfect, the rare combination of a "manly-man," sexy, sensitive, romantic, gorgeous and half French. First hint that all is not what it seems: he's a native of New Jersey and living in that great state myself, I know these attributes are oh so thin on the ground. So when Andy Devine advertises for a wife by hanging flyers on telephone poles, you know there's got to be much more going on. And Julie Knott, a Philadelphia reporter drawn to the unusual, is on the case. Julie's personal life is in shambles but the story comes first, especially when Andy, after interviewing 100 wannabe Mrs. Devines, decides Julie fits the bill. Having very little left to lose, Julie agrees to Andy's proposal - and brings her own secrets to the South Jersey Pines.
An unforgettable hero, an unusual premise, an unlikely setting, (the New Jersey Pine Barrens, for goodness sake!) and a spot-on first person narrative combine to make this one of the freshest, funniest contemporary romances I've read so far this year. The truth does eventually prevail, and when it does, you find yourself on your feet, rooting for this romantic pair. Wanted: Wife is a winner.
Available for pre-order now on Amazon.com. Publication date is June 4, 2013.