Lookin' In The Mirror

Author: A. M. Hatter

Publisher: Author House

Release Date: April 2004

Blue Ribbon Rating: 3

Format: PRINT





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Victoria Phillip writes an impetuous column for an East Coast Periodical.  She is very independent, outspoken and is in no hurry to get involved in a serious relationship.  She will not settle for anything but the right man.  She likes to date a lot of different men and hang out with her girlfriends.  With her class reunion approaching, she remembers a relationship she ruined with a young boy who owned her heart.  So she decides it is time to make amends with him and see if that old flame is still burning.  Will
Victoria reignite the flame she let burn out a long time ago?  Or will she realize she has been holding onto a fantasy and it is time for her to grow up and get serious?

Gerald Boudreaux is a very successful businessman, but he is looking for a new change in his life.  He wants to move to another state to get away from his ex-wife who left him for no apparent reason and he wants to get back into the dating game.  Only his luck with the women he has found has been amazingly scary.  So when his ex-wife comes back asking for another chance, he is seriously contemplating it.  Will Gerald go back to his ex-wife, knowing he is making a mistake?  Or will he decide to keep looking for the one woman he knows is out there somewhere, made just for him?

 

LOOKING IN THE MIRROR is an interesting tale about two different people looking for their place in life.  Ms. Hatter penned this tale in a very unique way.  It is written in a drama soap opera style.  Victoria is a young lady who knows what she wants and is willing to go after it.  Gerald is a man looking for love in all the wrong places.  The dialect will leave you laughing and holding your side. 

 

By Romance Junkies Reviewer: Billie Jo

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