This fun, sometimes racy anthology collects 26 first-person tales of naive romance. There's something here for everyone who's ever fallen desperately, foolishly in love. --Publishers Weekly
It's full of hope, pain, ugly truth, and great beauty, sometimes all at once. Twenty-six wonderful writers bring all they are to the proceedings, and by the end, you'll be wishing for Volume II. --Adriana Trigiani
Funny, bittersweet and true. I can't imagine anyone reading this collection and not finding something in it to love. --Lynn Weingarten
With humor and courage, these twenty-six writers remind us of the infinite numbers of ways love can make us feel so alive yet so vulnerable. --Diana Joseph
About the Author
she is editing a forthcoming father-daughter anthology (Harlequin, May, 2010). She has worked for Thomson Publishing in London, Red Herring and Edutopia magazines, and McCann- Erickson in San Francisco. Visit her at nickirichesin.com.