<— THIS ONE JUST WENT LIVE and it sounds like our ultimate guilty pleasure, my friends!!! SINGLE MOM & YOUNGER MAN ALERT! Cinq A’ Sept (that’s french and it translates to “5-to-7” which is basically… “happy hour”) 😉 and I am already totally imagining the angst in this!!
Thank you to this week’s newsletter sponsor, author MJ Fields for THIS fun look into how this book came to be. P.S. Here’s a hint… the author says “This book was born of regret” Eeeeeep!!! 😛
But first… the blurb!
A single mother often lives by certain rules, and Angela Petrov has made certain to adhere to hers: Mom first, career second, and no man will meet her child unless they will be in her life long-term.
However, with her daughter now in college, the company she has worked at for over a decade facing major changes, and no lover in sight, Angela’s life has lost all its carefully construed and configured organization.
When news that the annual, employee, Labor Day party in the Hamptons will still be held, Angela tries to bail out. However, her best friend and coworker, Autumn, convinces her otherwise.
Turns out that, while attempting to enjoy the elite Hampton nightlife with her coworkers, she meets a much-younger, tall, dark, and sexy man who offers her an escape for the long weekend. So, throwing caution to the ocean breeze, she accepts his offer of a true time-out in life, focusing only on time between the sheets with no … strings attached.
What happens when you allow yourself to let go of life’s stresses, release inhibitions, and embrace desire?
You chase regret.
And now… for the extra-juicy “behind the book” peek. 😉
1) Single after more than half a lifetime, I’ve entered the dating world.
2) I suck at it.
3) I blame book boyfriends.
(Why? I write what I love, and I won’t settle for less.)
4) It’s socially acceptable for a man to date younger, but frowned upon for woman to do the same. That’s completely WRONG. However….
5) I have turned down dates due to the male being younger. LOTS of dates.
* This book was born of regret*