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Arm Candy Hardcover – May 13, 2010
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I really can't understand how the other reviewers gave this book 5 stars. It really isn't a 5 star book.
Once Eden leaves and surrounds herself with a new set of friends, the almost-40 model begins cavorting with a much younger man and the City's most eligible bachelor, Chase. Just when their relationship heats up, Eden first true love returns, creating a whirlwind of indecision for the green-eyed beauty.
Jill Kargman, author of Momzillas and The Ex-Mrs. Hedgefund, takes a humorous look at life and love at 40 and today's fascination with cougar relationships. One highlight of the novel is each chapter heading features a quote about aging. Quite funny!
Although the novel offers an amusing look at middle-aged relationships, the characters feel like they're stepping out of high school instead of being ensconced in a mid-life reawakening. This 40-something cougar needs a bit more.
Listen, it's a good beach read. It's a good fun-sit-by-the-pool-and-don't-exert-yourself-too-much read. But it really shouldn't count as reading. It's like candy - sugary with no nutritional content whatsoever, and you'd be wise not to ingest too much of it.
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