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Contemporary
He's Got to Go
By Valerie Pryor
Feb 9, 2004 - 12:36:00 PM

As different as sisters can be, Nessa, Cate, and Bree Driscoll can't believe they grew up in the same house, let alone have the same DNA.
Nessa drives her sisters to distraction boasting about her perfect marriage to a handsome, successful and doting husband and beautiful, loving daughter.  Watching her and everyone else's horoscope she feels free to offer well meaning but unsolicited advice.  Busily insuring that everyone around her is happy, Nessa takes little time for herself.  Her perfect world is rocked when she starts to suspect that her husband is having an affair.


Cate, thin and with a beautiful wardrobe, apartment and boyfriend is focused on one thing only, her career.  Working long hours, she and her gorgeous and equally ambitious live-in boyfriend keep in touch by cell-phone and pager.  When his big break arrives unexpectly, Cate starts to feel inadequate.  When she finds that she's pregnant things go from bad to terrifying.

 

Bree loves her job working as a car mechanic and riding her motorcycle.  She doesn't understand why guys persist in thinking of her as a just a plain friend instead of potential girlfriend material.  When her ex-boyfriend's dad says he's interested she's thrown for a loop.

 

As the sisters work through their relationships with the men in their lives they discover that no matter how different they are the love they share makes them stronger.  Through insults, tears and laughter the sisters resolve their problems and learn to stand on their own two feet and that there is strength in family.

 

HE'S GOT TO GO is a must read for any woman that has ever had man trouble.  When reading this warm-hearted story you will find yourself sharing in the tears and laughter as Nessa, Cate and Bree resolve the problems in their relationships with each other and the men in their lives. 



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