Sumer Lovin' by Nicole Chardenet

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...I’ll accept the romantic element instead of insisting on lotsa romance. The manic hysteria and humor of the rest of the book more than made up for any lack.
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Divorced, middle-aged Rachel Brinkerhoff, a Jewish matchmaker from New York who hopes to remarry, moved to Toronto for a fresh new start with her business and her love life. But no one told her that female-aversive Toronto was BYOB - Bring Your Own Boy. She partners with an Indian and a Muslim lady who want to help Canadians arrange marriages for their often-recalcitrant children and who secretly wonder over the beautiful matchmaker's datelessness. But then an earthquake shakes up Toronto in more ways than one, and the next thing you know, a public fountain turns into the Fountain of Youth, an army of misfits turn up to stake the world's weirdest Native land claim, and worst of all, a beautiful sensuous woman is stalking Toronto's virgin males and seducing them with horrifying consequences. Can a drop-dead gorgeous, highly neurotic American and her friends save Toronto from certain destruction, or will they have to call in a cure that's worse than the curse?
 

About Nicole Chardenet

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Nicole Chardenet, author of Young Republican, Yuppie Princess, lives in her Toronto den o' debauchery with Belladonna, her evil henchkitty. When they're not plotting world domination together, Nicole is a business developer in the glamorous world of workforce management consulting. Sumer Lovin' is her second book, and she can't swear there won't be others forthcoming.
 
Published January 20, 2013 by Deux Voiliers Publishing. 277 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction
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Reviewed by Jayne on Apr 05 2013

...I’ll accept the romantic element instead of insisting on lotsa romance. The manic hysteria and humor of the rest of the book more than made up for any lack.

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