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All You Could Ask For

FROM ESPN’S KING OF GUYTALK COMES A SURPRISING DEBUT NOVEL 
ABOUT THREE UNFORGETTABLE WOMEN

ALL YOU COULD ASK FOR
A Novel by Mike Greenberg

Mike Greenberg, aka “Greeny,” has become a household name for sports fans across America through his hugely popular ESPN radio show “Mike and Mike in the Morning.” What most people don’t know, though, is that since reading John Irving’s The World According to Garp, he has also long harbored the desire to become a novelist. Now, Greenberg’s literary aspirations have come to fruition with his debut novel ALL YOU COULD ASK FOR (William Morrow Hardcover; on sale: 4/2/2013; ISBN: 9780062220752), a tender and insightful story of female friendship, love, heartbreak and renewal.

Inspired by the tragic loss of a dear friend, Greenberg’s stirring debut novel weaves the stories of three unforgettable women—Brooke, Samantha, and Katherine—who are strangers to one another, but whose lives are about to collide in a way that none of them could anticipate. Brooke’s husband Scott still always manages to wink at her at just the right moments, even after 15 years of marriage. That is why, for her beloved, romantic, successful husband’s fortieth birthday, she is giving him naked pictures, of herself.

Samantha’s newly wedded bliss is shattered when she finds shocking evidence of infidelity on her husband’s computer two days into her honeymoon in Hawaii. Now she must decide: what’s next?

Katherine works eighteen hours a day for the man who irreparably broke her heart when she was 24. She has a duplex on Park Avenue, a driver, a chef, an assistant, and a killer house in Southampton, and she bought it all herself. And if she has to see Phillip every day, so what?

In ALL YOU COULD ASK FOR Greenberg’s unexpected ability to write women translates powerfully through these well‐drawn characters, and though their lives are set on drastically different courses, all three are about to discover how friendship can conquer adversity—and that they have all they could ask for, as long as they have each other.