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BUNCO BABES GONE WILD
by Maria Geraci

Genre: Mainstream, General Mainstream Fiction

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This light escapist fare continues the adventures that began with Bunco Babes Tell All. It's entertaining, amusing and conveys the idea that whatever else is going on in a woman's life, good or bad, it's wonderful to have a group of friends to share it all with. As a fun bonus, Geraci has included tips and recipes from bunco groups around the country.

When Georgia Meyer's boyfriend, who also happens to be her boss, presents her with a calculator on their fifth anniversary instead of the engagement ring she was expecting, she decides to spend a few days in Florida with her sister, Frida. On her first night there, Frida's girlfriends -- also known as the Bunco Babes -- arrive for bunco night.

Georgia is the straight-and-narrow type, but after a few drinks, some gossip and giggles with the ladies, she's doing and saying things she never dreamed of -- including revealing more than she intended to handsome new acquaintance Dave Hernandez. What starts as a weekend getaway turns into a small hiatus when Georgia has to make some decisions about the direction she wants her life to go in, both personally and professionally. (BERKLEY, Nov., 325 pp., $14.00)

Reviewed By: Sandra Garcia-Myers

Publisher: BERKLEY

Published: November 2009

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