Not Looking

Zoey Pearson has discovered a loophole in the love department: 

To stop looking and put herself out there to be found.

Zoey Pearson knows she should be enjoying life alongside a gorgeous husband and their 2.5 kids—not breaking up with yet another Mr. Wrong. But life doesn’t always go according to plan. When the 32-year-old teacher decides to let love do the work, Zoey soon realizes it won’t find her sitting on her couch eating pints of Häagen-Dazs; thus, she embarks on a series of escapades to be found.

While Zoey’s “Not Looking” loophole brings men into her life, those like Bikram Brad and the lead singer of a Robert Palmer tribute band sink fast from being “Mr. Maybe” to “Mr. Uh-uh, Not-Gonna Happen.” Included in her list of failed prospects is Nate Corbett, a new hire at work who shows up Zoey at their elementary school, then has the audacity to ask her on a date. But when one of their students is injured in a hit-and-run accident, Zoey and Nate are entangled in a series of complications––and with one another––until Zoey learns what’s truly important in life, and that one doesn’t have to search to find what’s been there all along.


Cate Perry has a B.A. in English Literature and a Masters in Secondary Education. She has taught English for over twenty years and works as a developmental editor for Andrea Hurst and Associates. She is thrilled to have Terrie Wolf of AKA Literary representing her women’s fiction, Not Looking. She is an alumna of the Squaw Valley Writers Workshop and has worked as an agent liaison for the Chuckanut Writers Conference. She was published in Bernie Siegel’s The Book of Miracles and placed in the top ten for the 2015 Ink & Insights Writing Contest for the first part of Not Looking


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