Until recently, Bunny Love has been able to support herself by working from home as a graphic designer. A decision by fellow residents of her apartment building to go condo forces her to look for a "real" job to get financing for a mortgage. Bunny lands an interview with McNulty Events, but finds out Nathan McNulty is desperate for a new events planner, rather than a graphic designer. Bunny decides she can learn and make it in the corporate world with her real name of Beatrice, even though it means trading in her trademark bunny slippers for uncomfortable high heels.
Nathan McNulty may have a stable roof over his head, but he has serious problems of his own. His aunt wants to sell the business, and he is under pressure to show her that he can pull off major profitable events. The Worthington Cup dog show may be his last chance. Will his new hire be able to use her creative talent to help him or will her lack of experience be his downfall?
Bunny is into feng shui and chi in a big way, and this makes for a great deal of humor in this absolutely charming debut novel. Ms. Long's vivid descriptions pull the reader into the action and create many laugh out loud moments. Bunny has a certain naivete and innocence, but is still all woman when it comes to her attraction to Nathan.
Nathan is opposite in personality from Bunny. To say he is uptight is an understatement. Everything is subdued in his world; even his office space is all gray. Nathan is practically engaged to a woman who will fit into his buttoned-down country club world, but Bunny seems to be the yin to his yang.
There are some sizzling love scenes, sure to satisfy all romance readers. Even romance readers who might not normally try romantic comedy need to read Get Bunny Love . It is the most entertaining novel I have read in months. Zebra has started marketing talented new writers at bargain prices and have sure picked a winner with Kathleen Long. She has two more books coming out later this year, and I looking forward to more pure reading pleasure.