"Elise Sax will win your heart."--New York Times bestselling author Jill Shalvis
"Sax will make you laugh. Her larger-than-life characters jump off the page and make crazy seem like a fun place to hang out."--NewYork Times bestselling authorChristie Craig
"With quirky characters reminiscent of Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum series and a small-town heroine redolent of Charlaine Harris' Sookie Stackhouse" --RT Book Reviews
"Fans of laugh-out-loud romantic suspense will enjoy this new author as she joins the ranks of Janet Evanovich, Katie MacAllister, and Jennifer Crusie."--Booklist, on An Affair to Dismember
"A lighthearted and amusing caper with a sexy side order of romance . . . Gladie is an endearing mess of a character, and the book is fast-paced and amusing, with a large cast of quirky, small-town characters."--Kirkus Reviews, on Matchpoint
"There's plenty for fans to enjoy in Sax's third Matchmaker installment, complete with energetic narration, zany humor and a mystery that's as engaging as the details of Gladie's love life."--RT BookReviews, on Love Game
From the Inside Flap
"Nice." Spencer took off his blazer and draped it over the back of his chair. He plopped down and stretched his legs out in front of him. He wore biker boots, a little out of line with hisDapper Dan persona.
"Fine, then," he said. "We've got a couple of hours before they get your paperwork done. What should we talk about? What's safe? I know. What do you like to do?"
"What do you mean, like to do?"
"Hobbies. What are your hobbies?C'mon, help me out here, Pinkie. I'm trying to make conversation."
"What's the matter? You sick or something? People really should get the flu shot."
"So, no hobbies, then?" he asked.
What were my hobbies? I didn't knit or collect stamps. I got a new job every couple of weeks. That was kind of my hobby, but I didn't want to tell Spencer that.
"I like to watch TV," I said.
"Gladie, everybody likes to watchTV."
I counted ceiling tiles and looked out the window. Nope, I couldn't think of a hobby.
"I like to butt into other people's lives," I said finally.
Spencer nodded. "That's what I figured."