When his wife, Jo, is offered her dream job, Lincoln Menner leaves his thriving landscape business in Los Angeles and moves to Rochester, New York. This will be his chance to start over, spend a little time with their three-year-old daughter, and finally do things right at home. But Linc had no idea what it really meant to be a househusband: to stay home every day, folding laundry, cleaning soap scum, and teaching his little girl to use the potty. To be ignored at parties by his wifeas colleagues who see him as just a homemaker. Though he soon has the house humming, Linc misses the outside world. Most of all he misses Jo, who works too late and barely notices the fabulous dinners he slaves over. Drastic action must be taken to make his efficiently run house truly a home, sweet home. And Linc knows he is just the man for the job! From the Paperback edition.Cana#39;t you make her leave me alone? ... I was halfanaked, wearing only a rolled bandana around my forehead and cutoff blue jeans splattered with a tenayear history of paint, when I heard the doorbell. ... Slick and shiny with sweat from exercise, she wore red spandex tights and a runnera#39;s halter top that squished her anbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Ballantine Books - 2007-12-18|