Jane Taylor gets so blissfully caught up in the fact she's pregnant--subsequently telling everyone--that she can't live up to the truth when, mere days later, she finds out that there's no bun in the proverbial oven. But she is only human, and what woman doesn't want the kind of attention that comes with pregnancy? Why shouldn't she get a little attention: doors held open, seats given up for her? In a society stricken with baby fever, this outrageous comic novel explores one single non-pregnant woman's need to cross the thin pink line.
Lauren gives an overview of the book:
Before becoming a published novelist, I was an independent bookseller and buyer, a Publishers Weekly reviewer, a freelance editor, and a window washer. My first book was published in 2003 and by the end of 2012, I will have had 28 books published. My most recent books for...