MALE CALL by HEATHER MACALLISTER
After the guy she thinks she's dating tells her she's
not "girlfriend" material, Marnie LaTour decides to make
some changes. She's going to learn how to be a femme
fatale — or else. Only, attracting guys isn't as tough as
she thinks. Especially when she's wearing the skirt her
landlord swears works like a man magnet. And it sure isn't
long before rugged construction worker Zach Renfro finds
himself under the influence....
Round three of Single in the City's magic man-magnet skirt
begins in May 2003 with Heather MacAllister's MALE CALL.
Franco, the doorman from the second Single in the City
series takes the skirt to San Francisco where he hopes to
write a play. Or a script. Or something that will help him
break into showbiz. The skirt will be his inspiration. He
rents out his Victorian Painted Lady apartment timeshare
style, lends the skirt to three unsuspecting heroines, sits
back, and takes notes.
In MALE CALL, computer guru Marnie LaTour needs a makeover,
but even she is astounded at how effective makeup, a new
hairstyle, and a borrowed little black skirt can be.
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