Girls' Night Out
Following her debut with Party Girls, which Booklist called "snazzy [and] fun, " Roz Bailey is back with another tale of life in the big city, where it's always girls' night out. As the "sexpert" at Metro, a glossy fashion magazine, Maggie McGee delivers candidly wicked tips, freely culled from her own wild nights on the town. But now, exhibitionist Maggie's taking the thrills to a whole new level, convincing her two best girlfriends that they should go on television's hottest reality show, The Big Tease, where their dating rituals will be televised and scrutinized. To Maggie, it's the perfect chance to meet Mr. Right and win a million bucks...as long as she doesn't mind exposing everything about her love (less) life... Livid. That's the word that comes to Chandra Hammel's mind when she finds out about Maggie's crazy plan. As a black woman in the cutthroat world of big business, she's not about to risk it all by letting a camera record her every waking minute with a man. Not that there are any. Still, maybe a little shaking up is what Chandra really needs...even if it may crack her carefully polished veneer... Apple Sommers hasn't met Mr. Right, but she has dated Mr. Selfish, Mr. Emotionally Unavailable, and Mr. Completely Worthless. Her career as a photographer has reached a new low--snapping wedding portraits to pay the rent--and her controlling parents want her to move in to the family's wealthy compound. Going on The Big Tease will drive them all crazy, but it could also win Apple the thing she wants most...her freedom. From a big city mayor to an art world mover and shaker, a billionaire financier, and every man in between, Maggie, Chandra, and Apple are taking to Manhattan'sstreets, bars, restaurants, and galleries in the race to find a perfect guy. And with their pride and their friendships on the line, they're discovering just how far they're willing to go to have it all when every night is girls' night out... PRAISE FOR ROZ BAILEY'S PARTY GIRLS: "They may be down on their luck, but first-time novelist Roz Bailey's trio of fabulous 30-something Manhattanites are still the eponymous PARTY GIRLS in this Sex and the City-style urban romp." --Publishers Weekly. "Bailey's tale is snazzy [and] fun." --Booklist
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