"Nicholas Sankovitch needed a wife. And while prim, proper Toria Tryon was a least likely candidate, his eight-year-old daughter, Anya, was already head over heels in love with her.
Single. Thirty. What did Toria have to lose by proposing? She'd be giving Anya a better life. Only Toria didn't count on Nick's old-world machismo, his yen for fast food, or his love of seventies sitcoms. No one believed she'd married such a primative man - least of all the INS agents determined to expose the marriage as a fake. Keeping up husband-wife appearances would have to be convincing. But genuine?"