Would you let your mother
take the reins of your dating life?
Lark—a twentysomething, strawberry-blond, freckle-faced Texan—has had enough of dating geeky, weird guys. So when her sociable mama suggests she pre-screen some guys for Lark to date, Lark’s just desperate enough to say yes. After all, with her three low-level jobs and the classes she’s taking, she’s not likely to snag The Someone anytime soon. But with her mama’s Man Getting Project, she might just have a chance.
When Brant Stephens, her old classmate who lives down the street, tells her she resembles a sick cat, she chalks it up to him being the most boring, mean, and predictable man on earth. He’s got more degrees than she can remember, more annoying personality flaws than she can count, and all the gorgeous, shallow dates he could ever need. So why does he feel led to insult her every chance he gets?
And what’s with all the eccentric flamingos popping up around town?
Sometimes life looks just a little gray…
until the brilliance of popsicle orange peeks around the corner.
A delightful new voice for lovers of chic-lit and romance.