Synopses & Reviews
Jane Taylor is pregnant. Only, not in the conventional sense. It all began when Jane missed her period. Whether it was the clouds in the sky or a major case of pregnancy envy (this year's concern), Jane doesn't know. She only knows that she told her best male friend, and began to believe it. Until she got her period and realized she never was. Pregnant.
But that brief glimpse into the other world -- the world of smiling faces and courteous men -- was just too beautiful not to be a part of . . .and so Jane told a little white lie to her live-in boyfriend, and crossed the line. With the help of a pink Magic Marker she closed the gap that separated her from the positively perfect pregos.
Enter Jane's world, one of deception and success, Mr. Wrong and Mr. Right, Nutrition Police and tilted uteruses, baby showers and celebrity obstetricians. As Jane spins closer to her due date, she's got a lot of soul-searching to do -- not to mention an appointment with reality . . .
". . .written with humor and scathing honesty . . .It's a winner!" (Adriana Trigiani, author of Big Stone Gap)
"Faking it -- hilariously." (Kirkus Reviews, starred review)
Jane Taylor gets so caught up believing she's pregnant that she can't live up to the truth when she finds out that there's no bun in the oven. But she is only human, and what woman doesn't want the kind of attention that comes with pregnancy?
The Thin Pink Line by Lauren Baratz-Logsted released on May 25, 2004 is available now for purchase.