Friday, December 3, 2010

My Review Of You Dropped A Blonde On Me by Dakota Cassidy is at Smexybooks

Favorite Quote: "How nice that two lonely people in the world had clearly made a connection. Now there'd be two less lonely people in the world. How very Air Supply."

Maxine (Max) Lou Anne Henderson Cambridge didn't know how low she had sunk until she physically threatened a teenager for getting hired over her at the Cluck Cluck Palace. But when your cheating scum sucking husband trades you in on a new and much younger model, leaving you with no money, no home, and no dignity, you pretty much use the humiliating moments as high points in your life.

Living with her mother and son at the Leisure Village retirement community, Max struggles to make ends meet without depending or over burdening anyone with her problems. When an old high school friend, Campbell Barker, shows up looking good enough to lick and showing much to much interest in Max, she tries to show him that the Max of old isn’t around anymore. But the more Campbell pushes, the more Max realizes that she may well be getting some of that old mojo back. As Max slowly gets her groove back, Campbell decides that she’s the one for him. But will Max stop long enough to admit he’s the one for her?


Read the rest of my review at Smexybooks.

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