Meet Frank - the ex-priest who's about to become a father of a very different kind.
Newly-wed Frank Dempsey, a former Catholic priest, can now luxuriate in the sublime joys of his wife's arms.
Yet Frank isn't really off-duty from charitable deeds - when he isn't driving his black cab for a local taxi firm, he is in hot demand to speak at christenings and funerals. Or to inspire people to flock to the dance floor as a DJ.
Frank soon discovers that the tempting sins of the flesh have consequences; when Frank becomes a real father, he realises he is going to need a miracle to feed the five thousand...
A fast and entertaining read . . . It all has a Richard Curtis-esque veneer . . . it works because its real' - Sunday Express
Laughs a-plenty as former Father Frank Dempsey copes with being a dad - Daily Mirror
A very skilful practitioner of a genre hitherto dominated by Nick Hornby and Tony Parsons . . . this novel should secure his position in that particular literary gang - Time Out on The Man Who Fell in Love with His Wife
Like a gift from heaven - OK! on The Man Who Fell in Love with His Wife
A perfect gem of warmth and humour with a charming twist - The Bookseller
His advertising work has won him almost every award in industry including campaigns for Barclaycard, VW, PG Tips, British Gas and Budweiser. At the same time he pursued a parallel career as a DJ on radio, in clubs and has worked for LBC, GLR and Heart 106.2. He has also written for the Guardian, Tatler and The Sunday Times.