Teri Polgar is living a life she couldn't have dreamed of a few years ago. But she fears her famous chess champion husband Bobby, is hiding something - he says he is "protecting his queen" though she knows it's not the chess he's talking about, but her.
Just for shear kitsch value I am going to hunt this book down (probably at the checkout of my local supermarket) and add it to my collection of chess books. Will I read it? Probably not but people have dared me to do dumber things.
(*Disclaimer: I have no connection with the Mills&Boon publishing company. Believe me, absolutely no connection at all *)