AFTER 33-years of MARRIAGE, MARCY HAMMER is READY TO TAKE OUT HER GIRLS, PUT ‘EM WHERE THEY LOOK BEST AND FIND THE HUMOR IN HEARTBREAK!
In Marilyn Simon Rothstein’s novel LIFT AND SEPARATE (LakeUnionPublishing), Marcy Hammer’s hubby didn’t think twice about leaving her for a 32DD lingerie model. Well, now Marcy may have the last laugh. After 33-years of marriage, Harvey the home-wrecker has gone missing and Marcy is ready to put on her high heels and make friends with some new bosom buddies.
Starting all over isn’t going to be easy, but Marcy, along with her bosom-buddy, Dana is up to the task. Don’t expect to see her falling apart or all teary-eyed, even after all hell breaks loose. Marcy deals with her adult children sending their troubles her way, and keeps going even after she finds out something very unexpected about a new, once-in-a-lifetime friend.
Marcy is ready to pour herself into a new party dress and let the good times roll!
Rothstein packs enough humor into LIFT AND SEPARATE worthy of a Nora Ephron movie. You find yourself rooting for Marcy as she journeys through vulnerability, wisdom and brilliance. And you celebrate with her when she gets the last laugh.
What I enjoyed most about LIFT AND SEPARATE is we get to laugh with a generation of ladies often ignored in chick-lit books. These aren’t the 30-somethings we find usually in rom-com books! We have women who have seen it all, experienced most of what’s out there and are still able to find the humor. I look forward to what Marilyn writes next.
About Marilyn Simon Rothstein
For more than twenty-five years, Marilyn Simon Rothstein owned an advertising agency in Connecticut. She grew up in New York City, earned a degree in journalism from New York University, began her writing career at Seventeen magazine, and married a man she met in an elevator.
LIFT AND SEPARATE is her debut novel.
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Thanks to TLC Book Tours, we have one copy of LIFT AND SEPARATE to giveaway to a lucky winner. Just tells us what kind of bra you prefer to package your ladies in. We’ll announce a winner next Monday. Have a wonderful week.