We heard a few murmurs that Bravo was scouting Miami as a possible setting for the next Real Housewives season, but it turns out the show that plucks prime housewife stereotypes from the nation's most ridiculous regions and watches them fight to the proverbial death on camera has decided to go with Washington, D.C., and Beverly Hills as the next "lucky" towns. However, it seems that one reliable Miami stereotype has snuck its way onto Real Housewives of New Jersey. Spoiler alert: Stop reading now if you want your sacred viewing of reality TV untarnished.
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She was brunette. Long, perfectly shaped legs poked out of her leather hot pants just as provocatively as her braless breasts strained against her low-cut blouse." And no, she wasn't wearing any underwear. After she and Maher have "explosive sex," he thinks to himself, "This is a good person. She has no morals, but she's a good person."
The book doesn't have a lot of info about her life before Maher -- the Miami years apparently -- and he soon takes her to New Jersey and briefly marries her until he decides he wants kids and realizes she wouldn't be the best mother material.