Jeanne Stewart's life has split at the ends. Her cheating boyfriend had the nerve to press charges against her for landing him the hospital with an allergic reaction from putting peanut butter in a condom. She was only getting back at him for cheating on her. She had a melt down during a speech she was giving to fellow advertising colleagues. She basically told them they were boring and their jobs were boring. She is also mourning the loss of her mother. With all that is happening, what’s a body to do? She decides to go to her brothers.
She stays at Rosvita’s, who is a bit eccentric but friendly. She also has to attend court-ordered anger management classes. While running naked through a park, actually is part of her anger management course, she meets her next romantic encounter. Her brother convinces her to take on the job as a political campaign for the governor, who just happens to be the man she met in the park. Will Jeanne be able to get her life back on track after all the dust settles? Can she trust her heart to a man she barely knows and who has seen her at worst?
Worthwhile read for readers. At times a little heavy on the word play, but the characters are charming, funny and memorable.