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The Red Hat Society(R)'s Queens of Woodlawn Avenue Mass Market Paperback – June 1, 2006
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Regina Hale Sutherland is a proud member of the Red Hat Society. She lives in Houston, Texas.
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Ellie remains bitter over her marital break-up due to her husband playing with a Double D bimbo after twenty fives years together. She soon learns that she is considered attractive by men when her first client, a suave Frenchman pursues her and a police officer wants to date her. Her former spouse keeps calling and over time their contacts become less acrimonious. However, Ellie remains uncertain as to what she wants especially from him and whether she can forgive him. He becomes her rock when she wants to host a society event and when one of regal peers is jailed. Ellie knows she still loves the rat, but doubts she can ever trust him again.
The members of the QUEENS OF WOODLAWN SOCIETY belong to the Red Hat Society, a women's group that is a combination social club and helping hand to one another. Ellie learns to accept what happened and to move on with her life applying the rules of bridge to making decisions. Readers will adore Ellie and her friends as this deep character study is an amusing poignant read.
I gave this book 4 stars because all the bridge talk confused me a bit, as well as a tad bit boring. I am really not a card player. However, I do want to read the other books, so this was indeed a good read!