Emma Jean's Bad Behavior

Vagabondage Press LLC
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Best-selling novelist Emma Jean Sullivan longed for a baby for years. But when she was unable to conceive with her husband, Peter, she staunchly vowed to become the standard bearer for all childless couples.

And she succeeds spectacularly.

At age 48 (43 according to her blog, "Life, Full Tilt") Emma Jean enjoys a rabid anti-baby fan base, and her novels have sold millions. But now, she confronts a dilemma larger than any her heroines have faced: She’s pregnant. And the baby’s father is not her husband.

Terrified of losing both her fan base and her identity, she struggles to maintain her brand and her marriage, but Peter is too busy embezzling Emma Jean’s money and completely uninterested in fatherhood. Not only that, her latest novel is a miserable failure, and a Vanity Fair reporter, who plans to out Emma Jean’s pregnancy to her fans, is stalking her.

What’s a suddenly broke, failing, middle-aged, pregnant novelist to do?

Why, flee to a glamorous resort town, of course.

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About the author

Charlotte Rains Dixon is a writer and writing teacher. She has published numerous articles and stories as well as three non-fiction books. Charlotte received her MFA in creative writing from Spalding University and teaches in the Loft certificate-writing program at Middle Tennessee State University.  She lives in Portland, Oregon. Visit her blog at www.charlotterainsdixon.com.

  

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Publisher
Vagabondage Press LLC
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Published on
Jan 10, 2013
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Pages
298
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ISBN
9780615738178
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Contemporary Women
Fiction / Romance / Contemporary
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