Sypsis: Montgomery Sanderson has never been one of life's go-getters. He drifts through a life in London, working at an advertising agency that specialises in bears, reviewing dismal guitar bands for beer money, and wondering if he'll ever master the boy-girl game. Then Monty meets Kathleen, a girl who understands him instantly and seems to wash away the romantic failures of his past. But those same vagaries of fate that bring two people together can also play the cruellest of tricks. Wallfloweresque is a romantic comedy for our times, a contemporary variation on the classic boy meets girl tale set in the early part of our twenty-first century, a time of metrosexuality, protest marches and speed dating. Hilarious and uplifting in equal measure, this is the universal story of a little guy in a big world, bemused by fashion and techlogy and the behaviour of his friends, hoping for thing more than someone to share his confusion with. Reading Wallfloweresque you're certain to laugh, to cry, to wonder who'd hire a bear to appear at their wedding. Most of all, you're guaranteed to be entertained in a way only achieved by the best fiction.