This round of Name That Author! is sponsored by The Marriage Trap by Jennifer Probst.
To satisfy his late father’s wishes, hot and single billionaire Michael Conte must find a bride—someone who will fit into his traditional family back home in Italy—and fast, so his engaged sister will be allowed to wed. With no intention of being tied down, Michael “proposes” to fiery, free-spirited photographer Maggie Ryan: if she will play the part of his fiancée during her trip to Milan for a photo shoot, he will keep away from her married best friend, Alexa, and stop making Maggie nuts with their too-close-for- comfort flirtations.
But once in Italy, sexual tension sparks the hottest no-strings- attached arrangement on any continent. Could marriage be the most enticing trap of all?
You can submit your guess using the form below after any clue, but if you’re wrong, you’re out for the week. So you’ve got to pick your spot. Too early and you might be wrong; wait until you’re sure, and you might get scooped. We have five copies of The Marriage Trap to give away to winners–one will go to the first player to buzz in correctly, and the remaining four will be randomly selected. Submit your answers by 1:30pm Eastern, Monday, October 29 to be eligible.
**Be warned: if you Tweet your guess or leave a comment with your guess, you’re not only disqualified for this week, but for the rest of the month.**
Here we go:
1. I switched my undergraduate major from English because a professor of mine gave me unfairly low grades.
2. I was extraordinarily tall.
3. I began publishing stories in medical school, though under pen-names.
4. I am the only person to have a #1 film, #1 bestseller, and #1 rated TV show all in the same week.
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