It's time to hang up your handbag and dance around your glitterball Ex-model Valerie never imagined that her short marriage to leather-clad wildman Jack Valentine would herald the end of her life. Now she's fed up with being propositioned by playboys and longs for a safe, suburban husband who will look after her. Record producer Sinead has an appetite for 'scruffy pop tottIt's time to hang up your handbag and dance around your glitterball Ex-model Valerie never imagined that her short marriage to leather-clad wildman Jack Valentine would herald the end of her life. Now she's fed up with being propositioned by playboys and longs for a safe, suburban husband who will look after her. Record producer Sinead has an appetite for 'scruffy pop totty'. She knows that they are never, on paper, an ideal solution, but she's never been able to relinquish her natural desires for a safe, settled, middle-aged man in a suit. Magazine editor Karin is the author of 'Ireland's Most Eligible Bachelor's list so, in theory, she should get first dibs at the pickings. Trouble is, she knows they are lean and include a flicky-haired Australian TV presenter and a business man with a penchant for golf-wear and creative combovers. When all three women are challenged for find a man to marry before they all turn forty in the summer, they realise the time has come to hang up their handbags and cut to the chase......
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Disco Daddy Reviews
I wasn't sure if I was going to like this book as much as the other Morag Prunty books...But since I love her style of writing I hung in there and ended up really enjoying this light read that ties 3 39 year old women together with a bet they can't get married before they are 40 years. Old. Meet Sinead, Karin, and Valerie, all with glamorous lives in Dublin, but starting to feel the march against time catching up wit them. When a famous but has-been Rock Star that is Valerie's ex husband challenges the women to re-marry the rally to the task (Valerie does not know about it and finds out later). What I love about Kate Kerrigan's stories is she always establishes strong believable characters that are all inter-connected with small threads of circumstances. Then she manages to weave them all in at the end of the novel at some grand event. This one just happens to be a wedding party that is broadcast live on television. I felt quite satisfied and content when this novel ended. And, I'm glad I stuck it out, even though I wasn't quite hooked in the beginning. "Disco Daddy" will brighten up anyone's hum-drum day. Machel Penn Shull
Irish chick lit. Perfect for post brain-busting study sessions.