Review of SHARING SEAN by Frances Pye
William Morrow, June 2004
It seemed like the perfect solution. TV writer/actress Lily has a gorgeous boyfriend who wants more from her than she's willing to give--and she has three friends who need a man. By sharing Sean, Lily will be providing her friends valuable services. And Sean will have all the aspects of the full-time, committed relationship he craves, without the commitment.
Jules needs Sean's sperm so she can have a baby and no father making demands. Terry needs a father figure to straighten out her confused teenage son. And Mara needs a handyman to fix up her house so her evil in-laws will stop trying to have her declared an unfit mother.
The scheme might have worked. But the four friends neglected to ask for Sean's cooperation, instead manipulating him into volunteering to help them. When messy emotions like love and jealousy arise, the carefully laid plans fall to pieces. And a vindictive tabloid reporter, desperate for dirt on Lily, is there to capitalize on the disasters when they strike.
This was a fun book with characters much like real friends--people you adore one day and want to strange the next. You could see the disasters coming from miles away, but that was the fun of it--anticipating them and watching the characters scrambling to cope. I also honestly didn't see how it was all going to work out. But a happy ending is had by all.
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