Hook, Line and Single by Marcia King-Gamble

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HOOK--As in hook up. For newly divorced Roxanne Ingram, it's a new age of speed dating, singles parties and noncommittal encounters. Frankly, it's all a little awkward for a successful businesswoman about to hit the big four-0.

LINE--What's your screen name, Web site or text-messaging address? Is anyone out there over twenty-five? What about roses, candlelight and a lover who wants endless tomorrows?

SINGLE--Relax, it's just a state of mind.

Between keeping her business afloat, coping with a teenage daughter and lying awake fantasizing about the mysterious and sexy new client who wants her to watch his cat, Roxanne feels like a fish out of water.

Luckily, she's got courage, faith and a mind of her own. Boldly going where only singles dare to go, she braves the holiday fixups, the flirty singles theme parties and the wild world of online dating. Still, Roxanne dreams of the kind of man who makes love easy. And maybe, just maybe, he's out there looking for her...


About Marcia King-Gamble

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Marcia King-Gamble was born on the island of St. Vincent where ocean and sky are the same mesmerizing blue. This prolific author now lives in the United States, and in a past life was a travel industry executive. Marcia's favorite haunts are New Zealand, Venice, Hong Kong and Bangkok, though not necessarily in that order. She freely admits she is an awful ballroom dancer and much better at Zumba and kickboxing, which she does for exercise. When she's not busy writing, she's searching for treasures at estate sales and swap shops, or training the untrainable pets: Zeus, Madison and Lois. Her time is spent between Fort Lauderdale and Seattle.
Published January 1, 2008 by Kimani Sepia. 304 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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