Vintage Babes

Vintage Babes

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by Elizabeth Oldfield
     
 

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Divorced, fifty-plus and a reporter on a small-town newspaper, Carol has just one grumble – the way friends and family will try to fix her up with a Mr Wonderful. No thanks! She’s perfectly content on her own. Then life shifts into the kick-ass mode. Steve, a tyrannical new editor, arrives: her elderly father morphs into a babe magnet: her

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Divorced, fifty-plus and a reporter on a small-town newspaper, Carol has just one grumble – the way friends and family will try to fix her up with a Mr Wonderful. No thanks! She’s perfectly content on her own. Then life shifts into the kick-ass mode. Steve, a tyrannical new editor, arrives: her elderly father morphs into a babe magnet: her daughter and granddaughter land on her doorstep, and black hairs sprout from Carol’s chin.

Jenny, Carol’s meek plump housewife friend, is eager to find herself a job, but her husband disapproves. Tina, a glamorous recently-widowed gold-digger, has one major problem – she hates getting older.

When the three women workout together with Max, an erotic personal trainer, all their lives are changed.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781909335189
Publisher:
Accent Press
Publication date:
10/23/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
341
File size:
396 KB

Meet the Author

Elizabeth Oldfield has had over 40 novels published by major publishers. Her work has been translated into 12 different languages, and her combined books sales run into the millions. What began as a simple teenage hobby, developed into a career that saw her achieve success at home and abroad. She is married with grown up children and lives in Surrey.

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Vintage Babes 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I also think that the pacing was slow at first. I found that the book picked up speed and became more interesting when the incident at the retirement home occured. There was also a page (page 203) where the lack of transition between two events was somewhat confusing. The characters became more likeable as the story went on. It was nice to read a book featuring older women working,living and loving.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The book starts slowly, but the pacing improves by the end. It was an okay story with the twist being that the main characters are over 50.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A good clean engaging book to read. Good characters with personalities you want to keep reading to see what happens.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago