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Mad, utterly mad.
on October 31, 2001
Paige detests Ross, the opposing attorney in her cousin's bizarre divorce battle, where the only disputed property seems to be a poodle. In the middle of an arguement, the courthouse explodes. In a transportation mishap, an ambulence on the way to the CDC picks Ross up, and he and Paige could end up with "horny monk disease."
As things heat up in the very small quarantine room, the question on everyone's mind is: is it true love, or is it TCV? Some original sports lessons fail to enlighten these randy barristers, and when they get out, and Ross's divorce business starts going down the tubes, things get even more confusing. Are they, by chance, spreading TCV to the troubled couples of Atlanta? If so, is what the are beginning to feel for each other a viral illusion?
This is a funny, madcap book. It's plot is intersting, and the characters are endearing. The secondary romance between the doctor, Rachel, and Paige's brother is almost better than Paige and Ross. All together, this is a must-read.