Louise reaches to Toronto-based author Jowita Bydlowska. Her first novel, Guy, is a stirring page-turner. Its eponymous narrator is a womanizing and judgmental figure who along with his work as a music agent, goes on the prowl for girls he perceives as plain or needy. It becomes a pursuit, including processes of making the women feel good, until he leaves them, not caring about the damage he does to others. His believing that after his leaving them, they would continue to feel better about themselves than they were before he got them, is countered with Bride, whose character presents Guy with his first real clash.