Synopses & Reviews
Aaron Schuyler is a ne'er-do-well, a cheat, an exploiter, a drunk, and a lifelong New Yorker. Aaron is about to change everything about himself to win the heart of Anita Chatterjee of Santa Fe, in this fresh and witty romantic comedy about second chances and redemption.
At 52, Aaron Schuyler has destroyed his life and doesn't care. Professionally ruined, flat broke, and estranged from his ex-wife and children, Aaron's main concerns are sponging free drinks and staying on the good side of his primary money supply, his formidable British mother, Clementine. But Clementine has a plan. Praying for divine aid from her personal god, Winston Churchill, Clementine creates a Winston-inspired scheme to reform her worthless son.
Clementine presents Aaron with an ultimatum--she'll bail him out one last time, if he moves from New York to Santa Fe, New Mexico, and takes a job at the local Sam's Club, where the HR director is the beautiful and no-nonsense Anita Chatterjee. Aaron is immediately smitten, but he'll have to change his life to win Anita.
Can Aaron ever adapt to a mature relationship? To a real job? To New Mexico? To shaking scorpions out of his boots? Winston help him