About the Book
A wise and humorous tale of living large after 40 as women finally make peace with themselves–wrinkles, blubber, neuroses, exes, and all.
Three women embark on a month-long “discovery” journey and uncover quite a few tidbits along the way…one bottle of Clairol Midnight will not cover a full head of red hair, and never talk to men wearing polyester pants hiked up with a tan belt. But most of what they unearth is about themselves–who they are, what they really want, what they really don’t want.
The center of controversy is a Maid-for-You mixer, which symbolizes a boring, routine suburban life with no second chances–then along comes insight in the form of Tula Rae, a sixty-something salsa-dancing, Dalai Lama-quoting, four-time widow in Spandex and a gray braid who gives them a different perspective on life, love, do-overs, and the real reason a man buys his woman a Maid-for-You mixer, which she says is all about S-E-X.
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The DetailsPublished: July 7, 2013
Publisher: Mary Campisi Books, LLC
Genres & Tropes
Contemporary Romance, Romance, Small Town Romance, Women's Fiction, Humor, Second Chance, Starting Over, Reinvention, Marriage, Divorce, Over 40, Middle Aged Romance, Road Trip with Friends, Best Friends, Wisdom Guru, Teens, Teenagers, Bed and Breakfast, Maine