Sixty-Nine

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Grand Central Publishing, Mar 25, 2011 - Fiction - 368 pages
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It's New Year's Eve 2008, and best friends Magnolia Butler, Rebe Richardson, and Darla Clark, all born in 1969, are about to turn the dreaded 4-0 in January 2009. Magnolia, a New Year's Day baby, is childless, and always a bridesmaid, never a bride. Rebe, the mother of a college-aged daughter named Trinity, has just gone through a divorce from a man whose sexual appetite far exceeded her desires and abilities. Darla is also a New Year's Day baby, still mourning her husband's death after five years. After way too many glasses of champagne, Rebe, challenges them to open their minds in a way they'd never done before, daring them to try something new...sexually. SIXTY-NINE is a liberating story about sisterhood and friendship, and about how past experiences and beliefs can influence one's views about life and sex.

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About the author (2011)

Marissa Monteilh, writing as Pynk, is a former model, television news reporter, and commercial actress.

Born and raised in Los Angeles, she now resides just outside Atlanta, Georgia.

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