On the wrong side of twenty, Catherine Lacey decides it's time to take the plunge. With her career as a wholesale fish dealer in New York's Fulton Fish Market firmly in place, marriage to her lawyer-fiancé Steve seems the inevitable next step. Until she descends into the depths of pre-marital hell. Between engagement parties, deadly dull corporate functions, and increasingly frantic dress fittings, Catherine fears she's losing sight of what really matters-love, work, and happiness. So she embarks on a quest for the answers to life's really important questions, such as:
Do I truly love the man I'm going to marry?
If the answer to the first question is yes, why am I so attracted to other men, i.e., some of those sexy hunks at the Fish Market?
The Trouble with Catherine takes readers on a liberating journey through the minefields of modern love, sex, friendship, and womanhood. Witty, stylish, and dead-on target, it is a welcome addition to contemporary women's fiction.show more