Cover of: Piter, Polʹ i I︠A︡ | Danielle Steel

About the Book

A wickedly funny look at finding the perfect mate in an imperfect world.Stephanie had a rat of a husband. But after thirteen years of marriage and two kids, she was devastated when he left her for a younger woman. Suddenly, Stephanie was alone, and after trying to find a little romance on new york's wild singles circuit, she was reconciled to raising her kids alone - until a spur-of-the-moment trip to Paris changed everything. She met him on the Left Bank - Peter Baker, a marvellously handsome high-tech entrepreneur. He seemed just too perfect, but to Stephanie's amazement he contacted her when they returned to New York. At her Long Island cottage Stephanie embarked upon a bizarre and hilarious adventure beyond her wildest dreams.Shy, serious Peter, Chairman of a bionic enterprise, was supposed to be away on business. But instead, he's standing at her door, wearing day-glo satin and rhinestones. Naturally, Stephanie thinks this is a joke, until she discovers - this isn't Peter, but his double! Calling himself Paul Klone, this wild, uninhibited creature isn't remotely like Peter except for his identically sexy good looks.An uproarious novel which explores the outrageous triangle between Stephanie, Peter...and The Klone.

Edition Notes

Translation of: The Klone and I.

Genre
Fiction.

The Physical Object

Pagination
345 p. ;
Number of pages
345

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL23016568M
Internet Archive
piterpoliia00stee
ISBN 10
5170004982
OCLC/WorldCat
45164637
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