"A humorous contemporary romance"

Gwen, owner of the on-line magazine Gwendolyn's Garden, informs Kate Bradshaw that if she fails to change her attitude about males she will cancel the DEAR CUPID column. Kate admits that her once popular advice column has lost many readers ever since she turned acrimonious. Kate concludes that her ex-husband's lack of interest in their little boy is the cause. Kate realizes she needs a man to freshen her romantic outlook, but not for any real relationship.

While waiting for a flight at LA airport, Kate decides to flirt with the first man that looks nothing like her former husband. She chooses special effects artist Michael Cameron, who returns home following a class reunion in which everyone seemed married. Michael wonders about himself until he meets kissable Kate. He quickly wants her at his side permanently even when a seven year old boy expresses doubts about a male entering his and his mother's lives.

DEAR CUPID is a humorous contemporary romance that provides a deep base to support the amusing antics of the dynamic trio. Though quite jocular, rising star Julie Ortolon (see DRIVE ME WILD) focuses on the impact of deadbeat fathers on their children without drowning every male thanks to the caring lead hunk. Michael knows he will need all the magic of a special effects guru to sell little Dylan that he wants him too and to persuade Kate that the second time is the charm for her just like the second time is still the charm for Ms. Ortolon

Harriet Klausner

Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted July 6, 2001


Dear Cupid
by Julie Ortolon

St. Martin's Press
July 1, 2001
ISBN #0312978715
320 pages
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