I'm very New York, very Type A, very 24/7, a multitasker.
This is the one you're going to marry.' If Jeremy says he had a nice time but he doesn't know if there's chemistry I say, 'Guess what?
You're going out again.' "At the moment, she says, she has two other Boston clients, who are 54 and 59, and she'll keep an eye out for wives for them, too, during the Marriott screening.
Appointments at the Marriott audition will be made by Spindel and her assistants, who will meet each woman in 30-minute sessions and size her up.
Each one pays a "processing fee" of $50, which includes a copy of Spindel's book. Yes, says Spindel, they are."Men want perfection," she says.
"Men don't have the avenues to meet the women I meet," she says. There's a phone interview, a written questionnaire, and photographs to submit.
A candidate will learn more about Jeremy when and if Spindel thinks that person may be right for him.
Her first question is always the same: Are you single?
"I leave no stone unturned in finding a marriage match.
Spindel is meticulously turned out in a black-and-white Chanel pantsuit, her naturally curly hair freshly blown out. And she's constantly going on breakfast, lunch, and dinner "dates" with her clients, to see how they act.