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The glass ceiling at Bundles of Joy baby products has nothing to do with being a female for Anne Harris. To become a vice president the corporation strongly affirms the credo that married with children is a good employee. For the single Anne, a spouse is not what she wants, but a temporary, make believe fiancé will do. She turns to the Bachelor-in-a-Box agency to provide her with all the vital statistics of her fiancé including a photo. Annie figures the crisis is over until her boss insists on meeting the man in her life. To her surprise the model in the photo turns out to be Mitchell Dane, brother to the owner of the Bachelor-in-a-Box agency and not happy that his sibling uses his picture. Anne persuades Mitchell to pretend to be her fiancé, whom she will present to her boss. Mitchell, however, has his own ideas about desire, fantasies and love. However, Mitchell has plans of his own starring his ¿betrothed in his fantasy. Skip the concept of an executive coming up with a make believe fiancé and readers will find a very amusing warm romantic romp that only the incomparable Sandra Chastain could make feel genuine. The characters are fun especially Annie who learns the lesson of how difficult it is to make a lie seem true. Ms. Chastain just proves that she is one of the best genre writers around with this humorous frolic. Harriet Klausner