Mirror, mirror on the wall…
Once upon a time, there was a redhead named Kate Bradshaw who naively though Happily Ever After was just a heartbeat away. One kid, one divorce and a stack of bills later, Kate isn’t necessarily a candidate for Man-Haters Anonymous, but she’s not winning any points with the love-struck readers of her Dear Cupid advice column either. If she’s gong to keep her job, she needs a man to remind her that romance can be fun. Someone attractive. Someone easygoing. Someone with whom she can polish her rusty flirting skills–and absolutely nothing more. Enter Michael Cameron…
Who’s the best bride of them all?
One might think a drop-dead-handsome movie animator would have no problem marrying himself off. As Kate soon discovers, one would be sorely mistaken. A little too attached to his shabby bachelor pad couch and rumpled Hawaiian shirts, Michael is counting on Kate to turn him into husband material and find him a wife. But little does Kate know that this is just Michel’s plan to convince her to give love a second chance and to look for the future Mrs. Cameron in the most obvious place of all: the mirror…
Originally published by St. Martin’s Press, July 2001
eBook edition published by Julie Ortolon, June 2011