DAWN CAN STILL SEE THE TAN LINE WHERE HER ENGAGEMENT RING USED TO BE.
"Laugh-aloud funny." --Publishers Weekly
Dawn is still in love with Hank, who dumped her for Christine--and they're living together now. But when Dawn realizes how much Hank misses her, and might even regret their breakup, the game is on.
Dating in 1980s Manhattan is confusing enough. Then MikeBlitsky--a.k.a. Mike Mauvais of "Misled Mike's Marvelous Men," atransvestite escort service--bursts into Dawn's life when she becomes the editor of a tell-all memoir he's writing to pay for his legaldefense. Unbeknownst to Dawn, Hank is Mike's lawyer, defending himagainst charges of running a male prostitution ring. Dawn's friend Katherine, a doctoral student in eighteenth century literature, is hiredto do research for Mike's book. With everyone working at crosspurposes, the result is a modern day comedy of errors that doesn't windup until the wedding bouquet goes flying in the final scene.
"Wonderfully funny and terribly true."--Fay Weldon
"Urban, hip, sad, funny, a tipsy walk on the wild side."--Malcolm Bosse
- Blue Table Books, December 2009
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