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Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 1451623828
ISBN-13: 9781451623826
Sku: 225910022
Publish Date: 7/3/2012
Pages:  304
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Jane Austen meets the Bachelorette in this twenty-first-century comedy of manners about a mixed-race family, their four eligible daughters, and what happens when reality TV comes to town.With her acclaimed first novel, One Flight Up, author Susan Fales-Hill is on a roll, already leaving her chick-lit predecessors ?in the dust,? as the New York Post put it. Now, in Imperfect Bliss, she offers up a hilarious take on genteel family life with a cast of irresistibly eccentric characters.

     Meet the Harcourts of Chevy Chase, Maryland. A respectable middle class, middle-aged, mixed-race couple, Harold and Forsythia have four eminently marriageable daughters?or so their mother believes. Forsythia named her girls after Windsor royals in the hopes that one day each would find her true prince. But princes are far from the mind of their second-born daughter, Elizabeth (AKA Bliss), who, in the aftermath of a messy divorce, has moved back home and thrown herself into earning her Ph.D. All that changes when a Bachelorette-style reality television show called The Virgin takes Bliss's younger sister, Diana, as its star. Though she fights it at first, Bliss can't help but be drawn into the romantic drama that ensues, forcing her to reconsider everything she thought she knew about love, her family, and herself.

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"Fales-Hill whips an old-fashioned comedy of manners into a stylish, sharp-edged satire." 05/14/2012

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