By Jennifer O'Connell
Sarah Divine Holmes is a 34-year-old suburban spouse and mom major a standard lifestyles as a contract author while she is out there the journal task of an entire life - to pose as a sizzling younger unmarried at the newest television fact sensation, "The Stag." Sarah cannot face up to the chance to skewer the ladies determined sufficient to head on television to snag a guy, and the guy shallow sufficient to view relationship as a scores video game. Armed with a killer cloth wardrobe, sun-kissed highlights and her reporter's laptop, she units out to find what occurs on the posh California lodge while the cameras cease rolling. What she discovers is this exchange truth is extra seductive than she ever anticipated. the opposite ladies aren't all brainless bimbos, yet are beautiful, self-confident girls with their very own agendas. And "The Stag" is not the boastful jerk she imagined. stuck up in a whirlwind of moonlight swims, limo rides, and poo toasts, Sarah stops engaged on her article and begins desirous to win. As she dodges hard-core husband hunters, slimy manufacturers, voyeuristic cameramen, and her personal burgeoning emotions, she involves detect the real-life event in the back of love, marriage, and motherhood. Jennifer O'Connell's snappy heroine, savvy voice, and well timed premise supply readers a sensational tale. BACHELORETTE number one is a fabulously enjoyable and fast moving novel that appears at one of many significant tendencies of contemporary years.
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I was wrong. Now I wasn’t just a selﬁsh mommy leaving her child behind while I did my job; I was verging on negligent as well. Katie’s cold was going to throw a monkey wrench into the night I’d planned—a night that included some family time with Katie before Jack and I had a little adult fun of our own. Toni and Teri had picked out a few lacy underthings that I wanted to preview for Jack. We hadn’t had sex in almost two weeks, since I’d become a ﬁnalist, but I’d be damned if I was going away for ﬁve weeks without getting laid ﬁrst.
Twenty-four limousines lined up along a thin beachside street waiting to unload their passengers. Every two minutes one of the limos ambled up the circular BACHELORETTE # 1 51 driveway leading to the cliffside bachelor pad that was the Stag’s temporary living quarters. We were instructed to carefully exit the cars, making sure not to give the camera a muff shot up our skirts, and walk like beauty contestants toward the front door. The Stag would be waiting for us, where we would greet him in a friendly manner; either a hug or kiss on the cheek would do.
I had to call Jack. As I waited for his secretary to put me through, I attempted to scrape the yogurt out of Katie’s ears, which only resulted in screaming as Jack got on the line. ” he asked, distracted by the sound of papers shufﬂing in the background. “The show. ” “That’s incredible,” he answered slowly as the shufﬂing stopped. Did he mean incredible great or incredible unbelievable? ” It was incredible great. ” “Wow. ” Believe it, buddy, I wanted to say but didn’t. “I’ll call Marta and set everything up.
Bachelorette #1 (Signet Eclipse) by Jennifer O'Connell