Sydney Hack is the single, thirtysomething VP of news for a failing network… and she also has a taste for younger men.
She soon realizes a whole lot of over-thirty female viewers do as well, so she sets out to give these women what they want; a chiseled, trophy buck in his twenties sitting on the anchor desk next to a woman…
With nothing to lose she does the unthinkable; along with three female managers who happen to be her best friends she brings out the casting couch and turns it into a sleeper sofa. Doesn’t matter that the men have no television experience. As long as they look good. And there’s a hint of romance in every newscast.
Ratings skyrocket as a result, but Sydney and her female cohorts discover something else along the way…
True love is not always age appropriate.
I\'ve always been a writer of some sort, having spent my career working as a reporter, anchor or producer in television news. Fiction is a lot more fun, since you don\'t have to deal with those pesky things known as facts. I grew up in the New York City metropolitan area and now live on the Gulf Coast where I will never shovel snow again. I\'m happily married to a math teacher and we share our wonderful home with our tortoiseshell tabby cat, Gypsy.
Reviews for Wing Girl: -
”'One of the top 20 books of 2013” - - I Heart Chick Lit
”'E-book novel of the year” - - Chick Lit Chloe
”'I truly adored this novel, I think Nic Tatano has written such a fabulous rom-com, with some truly unforgettable characters, all who had fantastic relationships… One of my favourite books this year, for sure.” - - Leah, Chick Lit Reviews
”'The heroine is sassy, the dialogue is razor-sharp and the romance is sweet. Well worth a read.” - - Chicklit Club
”'Wing Girl is straight up chick-lit, perfect for filming and being made into a rom-com cinema hit… fast and funny” - - Wondrous Reads