The "nerds-against-the-patriarchy" romcom guaranteed to tickle your inner geek!
When brainiac dweebs and smooth-talking power players meet up, there's no telling what can happen. In the case of Ivy Feckett, what happens is a nonstop romp of wry, quirky fun.
Bookish Ivy's cluelessness is as endearing as it is comical, from the first peek into her random sexual fantasies to the moment she realizes that her boss, the rich, handsome Ned Hartfield, is a serial manipulator with "wealth-induced Asperger's." Her search for love may not go as smoothly as her search for geocaches, but its route through awkward hookups, clumsy intrigue, and fake evangelicals is both hilarious and touching.
The second novel from award-winning author Jay Spencer Green, Ivy Feckett is Looking for Love is an outrageous, hilarious, and uplifting tale that will have you amused while you muse, cackling while you contemplate, and chortling while you cogitate. Sometimes all at once!
Voted Best Indie Comedy Book of 2016.
About the Author
Born in Solihull, England, Jay Spencer Green has lived in Dublin, Ireland, for over twenty years. He has worked as a factory laborer, college lecturer, database editor, van driver, theater stagehand, court coverer at Wimbledon, hotel dishwasher, and conveyor belt supervisor. Green's debut novel, Breakfast at Cannibal Joe's, has been described as "savagely funny and deftly anarchic." He keeps his wit properly sharpened on his blog at jayspencergreen.com.