Sunday, 23 June 2013

Review: Me Go Mango - Mickey J. Corrigan

Reviewer: Vicki
Rating: 4 out of 5 Fairies
Four longtime friends who haven’t seen each other in two decades, come together in Vermont. They are all middle aged now and still drink, swear and go after HOT guys just like they used to in their younger days. One drinks like a fish out of water while another drinks and at least realizes she needs to slow down or stop. One of them cries at the drop of a hat while the other is too stuck up dealing with the others.

It is rather comical in parts and sad in others. Erin takes the plunge and hooks up with a cook at a restaurant and what a cook he is!

I want to live in Lime Key. Seriously, it sounds like Heaven.

I would recommend this book. It’s a little slow at first but once it takes off, you can’t stop reading.
Erin Monahan reformed her bad girl ways, only to discover the good girl act can’t save her marriage. Now the novelist-turned-perfect-wife is hiding out in a love hotel with a bottle of two buck chuck, devolving into a drinker with a writing problem. Recognizing the slide down the slippery slope of bad-to-worse, she calls for reinforcements. Her college friends organize a weekend reunion in small town Vermont.

Ellen has money. She also has secrets. Maggie wants to leave her marriage to track down the baby she gave up for adoption. Sandy’s sick of men; she’s having a go with her paralegal. Erin doesn't feel so alone in her mid-life confusion.

When Ellen proposes a business venture, a retreat for middle-aged bad girls, Erin thinks she’s crazy. Then Erin meets Roberto, a hot Cuban chef. Soon she decides she doesn’t want the mango to end.

Neither does anyone else.

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