(c) 2001 Carol Givner
Can a woman who knows how to dress a man find her way into the heart of a man who knows how to undress a woman?
Annie Bliss has stuffed her share of men into Hi-Riser Denims, the lead jeans of her racy line of men's clothes called BUFF. But not one of them is spectacular enough to be her BUFF MAN OF THE YEAR. She can't eat. She can't sleep. Who will step out on the runway, naked to the waist, unbuttoned and unzipped in her denims?
Respected, hard-bodied, Ivy League psychologist, Dr. Sam Faulkner, an expert on the psyche of women. He wants to interview Iceberg Annie on his midnight talk show, House Calls, as the wonder woman of business.
They strike a bargain.
He'll do her show, if she'll do his.
Bestselling Author, Carol Givner, was one of the first petite models in the fashion industry. Discovered by a talent scout when she was 15, she won the Windsor Gardens Award for Best Actress, and has worked in legitimate theatre and in commercials ever since. She was the founder and director of the L.A. Theatre Project, and is the CEO for STUDIO E, the first multimedia studio on the web.
Editor-nominated twice for the prestigious Frankfurt Award in the fiction category, Carol wrote the first ebook on the internet. The Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage credits Carol with changing the book business as the first author to have her ebooks carried in brick and mortar major bookstore chains. She is the Editor-in-Chief of WORDSMITH and the President of Gold Coast Fiction Writers.
She lives on the beach in California, where she indulges in gourmet vegan cooking for her children and spends her leisure time on the shutter side of the camera photographing the planet and donating her work to environmental organizations.