The Man I Should Have Married

The Man I Should Have Married

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Goodbye downward dog... When Kennedy's husband, Frank, up and leaves her for his high school ex, a surfer named Sunny, then announces he's going to quit the law firm to teach yoga, Kennedy is finally free to do what she's always wanted to do with her life. Now if she can only figure out what that is. Determined to bring the spirit and independence of her former self to her life as a suburban mom, Kennedy visits some of her old New York City haunts, including Declan McGlynn's -- the Greenwich Village bar where she used to work. Lo, Declan himself is behind the bar -- and he's just as sexy...and ever. Hello downtown Don Juan... Kennedy and Declan were friends for years and lovers for one amazing night before Kennedy, a single mom at the time, picked stability over passion. Back then Declan wasn't exactly the marrying kind. But that was a long time ago, and a lot has changed -- except for the connection between these two. It's enough to prove that whoever said qyou can never go backq is flat-out wrong. Right?... but none were as elaborate as the head-to-toe Cruella De Vil get-up on the woman whoa#39;d just come through the front door. She was wearing a full black-and- white wig, with a tailored suit, dalmatian-fur muff, and long cigarette- holder.

Title:The Man I Should Have Married
Author:Pamela Redmond Satran
Publisher:Simon and Schuster - 2003-03-01


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