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The minute widower
cowboy Clint Danner posts
a personal ad in Lilah McCord's
billiard hall, Lilah knows her lifelong friend is in for a
serious shock. Things in the dating world are a wee bit
different than they were, say, twenty-odd years ago. And
now that both Clint and Lilah are single, it's time for
them to get a little reeducation.
But an old-fashioned cowboy like Clint is unprepared
for the female urban sophisticate. In order to protect
him, Lilah dives into her magazines, learning
about waxing, tanning, the importance of lingerie,
exfoliating—and mysterious things like ylang-ylang and
G-spots. Suddenly Lilah realizes that she's missed out
on some good things over the last few years—things
she'd like to try out.
Now all she needs is an available male partner of
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When rancher Clint Danner sidles up to the message board at Lilah's Billiards and posts his want ad for a single female pool partner, Lilah McCord knows her friend truly has gone over the bend, poor man. He doesn't need a partner, he needs a hormone transplant. After all, Lilah's known Clint for forty years; since she was a toddler. They helped each other bury their spouses and watched each other become grandparents. Lilah knows there's no woman in Green Tomato, Oklahoma good enough for Clint. So she decides she needs to distract him, channel his energy until this mid-life crisis is over, until sanity returns and Clint realizes that dating and romance just aren't proper for people their age. The problem is, in devoting all this energy to distracting Clint, Lilah's learning a thing or two about being a forty-something woman in the 1990's instead of the 1890's. She's learning all kinds of things about sex and seduction, to say nothing about make-up and body sculpting. The next thing she knows, she's wearing Lycra and riding a mountain bike. And having very different feelings for her childhood friend. Now, if she can only turn Clint into a 90's man...Wow, does Cait London have a way with a story! You won't want to leave Clint and Lilah, or Green Tomato Oklahoma anytime soon! Warning: don't read EVERY GIRL'S GUIDE TO... if it embarrasses you to be caught laughing outloud! Once again, Cait London creates truly individual characters that are sassy, funny, and heart warming. Clint and Lilah (not to mention the crew at the pool hall) are so real, you swear you could run into them on your next cross-country road trip!Annette Carney -- Copyright © 1994-97 Literary Times, Inc. All rights reserved -- From Literary Times
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Book Description Harlequin, 2007. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0373198876
Book Description Harlequin, 2007. Mass Market Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0373198876