In the smart, wry, entertaining debut novel 'Sharing Sean', Frances Pye introduces four women in their thirties with no time, or desire, for a committed relationship and the unintended consequences that result when they hatch a bold plan to share one Mr. Right.
Their lives read like a want ad: Lily seeks passionate but uncomplicated sex. Terry wants a father figure for her teenage son. Jules just wants a sperm donor to help her become a mother. And Mara is a broken widow who seeks a handyman to help out with her crumbling house.
Will their resourceful plan work or will it turn out to be a complete disaster?