Floating by Robin Troy

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Winner of the MTV Fiction Contest
Marking the debut of a vibrant new voice in American fiction, Floating is a poignant and sharply original novel about the fragile boundaries between desire, love, and betrayal. For most people, Whitticker, Arizona, population 641, is just a rest stop on a highway to somewhere else. But for twenty-five-year-old Ruby Pearson, there is nowhere else. With husband in jail and an eight-year-old son at home, Ruby knows what she wants what she doesn't -- and is determined to break free of a life going nowhere. When a pickup-truck cowboy named Sean rolls in off the interstate, bringing with him a world possibilities, Ruby is given her chance. Problem is, Sean's her husband's brother, her son's uncle...and maybe her best shot at true love and a ticket out.
 

About Robin Troy

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Robin Troy grew up in Connecticut and graduated from Harvard University in 1996. She currently lives in Denver and is working on her second book.
 
Published September 1, 1998 by Pocket Books. 224 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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Ruby, immediately attracted to the handsome Sean, enjoys a fling with him until Carl calls, telling her that he—ll be coming home early, having improbably “learned the law.

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