New York, New York
Single/Never Been Married
Nathan West (flirted)
On June 20, 2017, Quinn Danvers checked into Metro Court to meet with "Man Landers," the author of Ask Man Landers, an advice book written by man from a man's perspective. Quinn was the book's publisher, and she was eager to set up a book launch featuring the handsome author.
Unfortunately, Quinn, and the readers of the wildly popular blog, had been duped. The author of the blog had been nurse Amy Driscoll, and she had used Detective Nathan West's image as the face of "Man Landers" without his permission. Luckily for Amy, Nathan had taken pity on Amy when she had explained that the she had used the advance money for the book to pay for her veteran brother's extensive medical expenses. Nathan had agreed to meet with Quinn to keep the ruse going.
Quinn was immediately taken with the handsome "author" and she raved about his fresh perspective as a man dispensing advice and his impressive skill as a writer. Quinn had high hopes that his book would net big sales because he spoke to the elusive "everyman" demographic. Quinn had been given the green light from her boss to offer "Man Landers" a contract. Amy, who had posed as Nathan's publicist, panicked when Quinn added that they would need to get pictures of Nathan for the book's cover.
Amy and Nathan were able to keep up their deception, with some help from Nathan's wife, Maxie, and his sister, Nina Reeves, but Quinn fought them every step of the way. Quinn believed that Nathan's good looks would sell books, while Amy and Nathan argued that it was best to keep Nathan's face, except for his intense blue eyes, a mystery.
Eventually, Amy's secret was exposed. Quinn was livid that she had been deceived because Amy's lie had exposed them all to fraud, and it had jeopardized Quinn's career. Quinn demanded that Amy publicly apologize and try to salvage the mess, but it was Amy's brother who had saved the day when Chet Driscoll appeared before the cameras walking on his prosthetic legs, and in full military uniform, to explain that his sister had used all of the money to pay for his medical expenses. Readers fell in love with the heartwarming story, and the book became a hit.