Andrews, Amy, Girl Least Likely to Marry


Andrews, Amy, Girl Least Likely to Marry (The Wedding Season, Book 2),  (Richmond, Surrey:  Harlequin (UK) Limited, 2013).

Title:  Girl Least Likely to Marry (The Wedding Season, Book 2)

Author:  Amy Andrews

Imprint:  Modern Tempted (KISS)

Issues:  Emotional Quotient; Infertility


Talk nerdy to me…

Samuel Tucker is absolutely the last person scientist Cassie Barclay would ever date. Yes, he’s gorgeous, but he’s also far too cocky for his own good and thinks that Pi is a tasty afternoon treat. So when he asks her to dance at her friend Reese’s non-wedding she’s wondering why on earth she says yes! 

Tuck is used to people assuming he’s all brawn and no brain, and amuses himself by winding Cassie up. But when he finally takes her to bed, suddenly it’s Tuck who can show Cassie a thing or two! Can he convince her that love and sex have nothing to do with logic and everything to do with chemistry?

Dear Reader,

I’m so excited to be involved in my very first Modern Tempted continuity and to have worked with three authors who are not only wonderful writers bu absolutely fabulous women!  Writing a set of linked stories especially when each writer is separated by vast amounts of land and/or ocean can be challenging, but I think I can speak for all of us when I say we had a lot of fun during our online brainstorming sessions.  I know for me there was something beautifully symbiotic about the depth of friendship between our four fictional friends and the way our friendships deepened over the course of the continuity,

I had a great time writing Girl Least Likely to Marry, affectionately known to us and those who follow me on twitter, as the #jock and the #geekgirl.  But, I have to tell you, it was much more difficult than I ever imagined.  As someone used to writing heroines with emotional depth, Cassie was a true challenge because, while she had IQ to burn, her EQ was practically non-existent.  It took me quite a while to get a handle on her and I think I only really managed it by getting inside the hero’s head.  Tuck, in his laid-back Texan way, totally got Cassie.  And getting to know him gave me a way to understand her.

I think out of all my heroes, I love Tuck the most.  And that’s not just because he’s the kind of guy that belongs on a billboard advertising underwear (you know the kind, right?), but because his utterly alpha competitive spirit refused to let Cassie settle for the half-life she’d accepted as her lot.

I really hope you enjoy Cassie and Tuck’s story about two people who weren’t looking for love but found it anyway!