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Marin Johns is San Francisco's Pollyanna couples' therapist. She's months away from wedded bliss when she discovers her fiancé is having an affair. After nursing her broken heart with Kleenex and break-up songs, she adopts a new brand of thinking when she uncovers a tell-all book that proves all men are liars and cheaters who will do and say anything so they're not found out. No exceptions. In an attempt to convince her friends of her newfound truth, she begins a fictitious relationship with James, a do-gooder from Montana. Marin seeks any means necessary to catch him cheating, from hiring a PI to enlisting the help of a fidelity tester. Will her new "boyfriend" beat the statistic or will Marin regret the satisfaction of being right?

©2014 Amanda Aksel (P)2014 Amanda Aksel

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A very good book.

This is a waiting for the other shoe to drop book but ends Up HEA.

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Hated the Protagonist from the beginning!

I really hated the "star" of this book. She was a whinny, little thing with pretty much ZERO in the way of redeeming qualities. Only kept listening hoping the author had the guts to give her what she deserved - nothing! Unfortunately, I was disappointed to find the typical HEA ending.

The narrator did a great job of sounding as irritating as I know Marin would have sounded were she real.