Posted By trish on March 15, 2012
• Paperback: 416 pages
• Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks (May 15, 2012)
Anne Blythe has a great life: a good job, close friends, and a potential book deal for her first novel. When it comes to finding someone to share her life with, however, she just can’t seem to get it right. When her latest relationship implodes, and her best friend announces she’s engaged, Anne impulsively calls what she thinks is a dating service—only to discover that it’s actually an exclusive, and pricey, arranged marriage service. Anne initially rejects the idea, but the more she learns about the service, the more she thinks: Why not? After all, arranged marriages are the norm for millions of women around the world; maybe it could work for her.
A few months later, Anne is traveling to a Mexican resort, where, over the course of a weekend, she meets and then marries Jack. And initially, everything seems to be working out. . . .
Catherine McKenzie was born and raised in Montreal, Quebec, where she now practices law. An avid runner and skier, she also sits on various boards and professional organizations, and has taught part-time at the McGill Faculty of Law.
Catherine’s Tour Stops
Wednesday, May 16th: “That’s Swell!”
Tuesday, May 22nd: Twisting the Lens
Wednesday, May 23rd: Creating Comfort
Thursday, May 24th: Book Journey
Friday, May 25th: Tina’s Book Reviews
Tuesday, May 29th: Life In Review
Wednesday, May 30th: Peeking Between the Pages
Friday, June 1st: Sara’s Organized Chaos
Tuesday, June 5th: Colloquium