Byron has all the professional merit of a published marriage counselor, but all too often his clients and critics balk at his one missing credential: He’s never been married.
Julie is fed up with being single: her nagging mother, the unwelcomed advances from her coworker, the awkward set ups with weird guys she doesn’t like, and the occasional great guy who doesn’t like her. When her best friend hands her a newspaper ad seeking a strictly separate marriage with a stipend attached, they laugh, but later she wonders if it’s a crazy idea that could end her singlehood woes. But is she giving up on true love too soon?
In this clean romantic comedy, what starts as a mutually beneficial business arrangement becomes an increasingly complex web of deceit, mishaps, ambiguity, and even heartbreak before Byron and Julie realize they’ve somehow put much more than their signatures on the line.
About the Author:
The only thing Nathaniel Gee loves more than writing is supporting his wife and eight children, which is why he works as a Dam Safety Engineer. His determination to become a writer came from an inspirational school counselor who said that he would be a much better engineer than a writer. He was a well-loved writer of his local newspaper, and continues his blog at thegeebrothers.com, professional journals in Dam Safety, and in his favorite genres—romantic comedy and detective fiction. He also has a YouTube channel, Geelightful, where his children are far more popular than he is.