It's Never Too Late to Get a Life: Angie's First Adventure

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Harper Collins, Oct 1, 2005 - Fiction - 272 pages
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Debut author Heather Estay presents a hilarious new novel best described as Sex and the City for the peri-menopausal set.

When the post divorce dust settles, Angie's three best friends insist she needs to have a one-night stand into order to launch her new life by 1) unblocking her constipated charkas; 2) recapturing her essential feminine power; and 3) exploiting all of life's offerings. Even her daughter urges her to get a life. But the results are not what anyone could have expected, when Angie gets involved with a new man. Sure he's technically still married, but with Angie's help he's ready to put his unique divorce plan into action.

 

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
5
Section 3
15
Section 4
23
Section 5
32
Section 6
44
Section 7
55
Section 8
60
Section 19
139
Section 20
144
Section 21
149
Section 22
157
Section 23
162
Section 24
171
Section 25
175
Section 26
179

Section 9
69
Section 10
80
Section 11
88
Section 12
96
Section 13
101
Section 14
108
Section 15
114
Section 16
120
Section 17
128
Section 18
135
Section 27
183
Section 28
189
Section 29
194
Section 30
207
Section 31
214
Section 32
232
Section 33
245
Section 34
259
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Heather Estay lives in Sacramento, California, with her two Beagles, Spud and Alli. Her previous experience writing fiction included several wildly unsuccessful singles' ads and many almost-believable budget variance reports. It's Never Too Late to Get a Life is her first novel. If you don't buy this book, it may be her last.

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