First comes love. Then comes marriage. Followed by boredom, infidelity, nasty surprises, and divorce.
Featuring: Jess Marlowe; Nell Keats; Grace Henley
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Contemporary Chick Lit | Romance Contemporary
This wickedly funny, tender and true novel introduces four
Boston divorcees looking for love, sex, fun--and themselves...
Jess Marlowe didn't mean to fall out of love with her
husband. It just happened--kind of like the passionate
affair with a grad student. Oopsie. Now, her marriage is
over, so's the affair, and Jess? Well, she feels like she's
just beginning. And the only thing scarier than being in a
boring, doomed marriage is the strength of her passions now
that she's free...
Nell Keats had it all: money, marriage, two grown
children... until the day her jusband announced he was
leaving her--for another man. Now Nell's diving back into a
whole new dating pool (since when did "Let's do it doggie
style" become a romantic pick-up line?) and feeling her way
around. And once she breaks out of her shell, there's no
Laura Keats, Nell's younger sister, wanted a baby;
her ex-husband didn't. No problem. Like a general mounting a
war campaign, Laura's on a mission to find that P.F.M.
(Perfect Father Material), a quest that will take her
through outageous chat rooms, singles' clubs, parenting
groups, and other disasters, and into the arms of the one
guy who should be off-limits...
Grace Henley is still financially--and
emotionally--supporting her ex, a promising artist whose
greatest talents were in bed... mostly other women's. She
can't seem to stop listening to his tales of woe, letting
him crash on her coucn, even lending him money. No more.
It's time for Grace to learn to live her own life and
produce her own work. But letting go is even harder than
Nobody said life was fair. That love was forever. Or that
getting back in the game would be easy. Then again, nobody
said they had to play by the rules, either...
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