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Alicia had no reason for marriage, she was having a great time being single, but when her step-father suggested she might turn into an "old-maid", he made her an offer she found hard to resist. He would pay her ticket around the world, all expenses paid, provided she return with a husband. She immediately accepted his challenge and embarked upon a husband-hunting adventure, and in the process discovered her own weaknesses. The story unfolds of how she was constantly falling in love with the wrong men: Attilio, the singing psychiatrist whose love produced disastrous emotional consequences, pushing her into the arms of Luis, her Latin lover from Argentina; Arno, the Italian count, who hid behind her beauty; Ted, the American industrialist, who lied to her in Tokyo. When she set her sites on Jack, a California pilot, he was in no mood for marriage, ever accompanied by a bevy of suntanned beauties. Running out of time, she puts her devious plan into action. Husband Hunting, a woman's search for a husband is indeed cosmopolitan and delightful reading. Each chapter describes the nation Alicia is hunting in at the time: the land of the tango, Argentina; romantic Italy, haughty Germany, and frigid yet passionate Russia. Husband Hunting, the story of one woman's search for marriage, is a blueprint for husband hunting.
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Alinka Zyrmont was born in Scotland and grew up in Buenos Aires, arriving in the United States in her late teens. She enrolled at California College of Law, but when legal writing proved too confining, she wrote her first romantic novel and dropped out, preferring poetry to contracts. She has written, Forbidden Passion, and Murder by Roses, and is currently working on Moonlight Melody. For release dates please visit her website: www.alinkazyrmont.com
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Book Description AuthorHouse, 2005. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M142081205X