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MY BOOK ADDICTION AND MORE BOOK SPOTLIGHT ON ….

DEBUT AUTHOR JESSICA  CARIS!


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BREEDING IN CAPTIVITY

JESSICA CARIS

AVAILABLE AT:

AMAZON:

http://www.amazon.com/Breeding-in-Captivity-ebook/dp/B007ZIRC4W/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1336236102&sr=8-1

It’s also selling through retailers such as Apple, Barnes and Noble and available on iPad’s, Kindles, Nooks and more.

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BREEDING IN CAPTIVITY

JESSICA CARIS

 

 

  • Print Length: 209 pages
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007ZIRC4

Book Description(from Amazon)

Publication Date: April 30, 2012
Naomi Carter is a fast-rising, romantically-challenged professional, who aches to get married and have a family. After many first-dates which never lead to a second, she is introduced to a handsome client. A whirlwind courtship ensues, and she blinks an eye and is married, finally! Like bad egg salad, things spoil quickly, and she suddenly finds herself pregnant, mother to a toddler, and divorcing. With all of her accounts mysteriously cleared, our spoiled princess is broke. Travertine gives way to Pergo and Hermes is replaced by Target. Just as she clawed her way up the corporate ladder, our heroine finds the moxy to overcome circumstances that would have reduced many women to a long “good night” with a fistful of Vicodin and bottle of Belvedere.

This book will remind any woman, young or old, married or single, who has ever thought her life was “ruined” or “over”, that a superhuman strength she never knew existed, resides deep within her. Any reader with children will identify with Naomi’s tireless fight to protect and provide for her two, still-diapered children, and the bone-chilling fear and subsequent aggression that come when a mother’s young are threatened.

This book has all of the fun, fashiony appeal of other Manhattanmanhunt books like Jennifer Weiner’s titles, such as Good in Bed (Washington Square Press, 2002). Breeding’s heartache and recovery has vestiges of Lolly Winston’s Good Grief (Grand Central Publishing, 2007). Caris’ book’s mommy and married to CEO aspects are like Jill Kargman’s books, Momzillas (Broadway, 2008) and The Ex-Mrs. Hedgefund (Dutton Adult, 2009). Then there is Caris’ humor, similar to Tracy Davis’s in My Husband Ran off with the Nanny and God Do I Miss Her (BookSurge, 2009).

 

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