About the book
'So it's final then, you're not taking James to Melbourne?' Liza asked.
'Are you kidding? Taking a man to Melbourne would be like taking a sandwich to a smorgasbord.'
Peta Tully has found her Mr Right . the only trouble is, she's not sure she's ready to settle down. Not just yet, anyway - so when she's offered a twelve-month contract interstate which just might win her the job of her dreams, she puts her Sydney life on hold, packs her bags and jumps on a plane, leaving her doting boyfriend behind. Peta takes a voluntary vow of celibacy, but sticking to it proves harder than she imagines.
This is Anita Heiss's second book about Peta, Alice, Liza and Dannie, four deadly, desirable and dynamic thirty-something chicks from Sydney's eastern beaches who first appeared in Not Meeting Mr Right.
Few people could achieve the publishing double of a chick-lit novel and a literary anthology in the same year, but Anita Heiss is one of them - Annabel McGilvray Vive Magazine
Anita Heiss could well be Indigenous Australia's answer to Carrie Bradshaw - Judy Skatssoon AAP (Canberra Times, Adelaide Advertiser, Newcastle Herald, Courier Mail, Sunday Territorian, National Indigenous Times. New York Daily News)
Anita Heiss is a hoot. She is funny, generous, glamorous and looking for Mr Right. When not publishing scholarly editions of Indigenous writing she has a deft way with Chick Lit. - Rosemary Cameron Festival Director, MWF 2008
Avoiding Mr Right is sassy, intelligent, strong, independent and brilliantly funny - Deborah Mailman star of The Secret Life of Us.
Avoiding Mr Right is fun, sexy and adventurous - Terri Janke author of Butterfly Song
Witty entertainment! - Woman's Day.
Cheeky fun...Anita Heiss' witty prose will have you hooked from the first page - Andrea Black, New Idea.
Anita Heiss boomerangs back with Avoiding Mr Right! - Jeanne Ryckmans Vogue Australia.
It's enough to make a red blooded Aussie male install a wall mounted book rack in the ensuite - Darryl Brohman radio personality.
How to order:
Bookworld (Formerly Borders)
QLD: Avid Reader