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Review: A SLOT MACHINE ATE MY MIDLIFE CRISIS by Irene Woodbury

 Wendy thought she married the love of her life, right? Well, things don’t go as planned all the time as we all know from life. Woodbury in A Slot Machine Ate my Midlife Crisis, Wendy is the main character who starts to question her life. She marries the man, Roger who she thinks is going to make her happy and they do whatever possible to stay together and get their marriage going, but life has a way of changing things. On an invitation from a friend, Wendy ends up in Vegas and she lands a great job, better than the one she had, a place to live, and another man. Although committed to her marriage, Wendy invites her husband who declines. So what’s Wendy to do? You’ll have to find out and read Woodbury’s interesting story. It’s filled with what ifs, humor, and the truths of what can happen in our lives. 

 

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A SLOT MACHINE ATE MY MIDLIFE CRISIS

Irene Woodbury

Genre: Women’s Fiction

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Blurb:

Three times a day, saloon girls with fluffy hair and florid red cheeks perched atop them and belted out songs while flashing lace garters and more thigh than you’d see in a bucket of Kentucky Fried Chicken. Tacky, yes, but it captured the Old-West ebullience of Vegas perfectly. The crowds loved it!

On an elevated stage at the center of the action was Paige, with the face of an angel, the bod of a vixen, in full Dolly regalia. Her apple-pie-à-la-mode shoulder-length blonde hair was a cascade of lush curls and waves, her pale skin luminous, her big blue eyes heavily mascara’d and generously coated with glittery blue shadow. She was poured into a short, lemon-meringue-pie-yellow dress with a full skirt, lacy elbow-length sleeves, and a tight, low-cut bodice embellished with a sparkly-silver butterfly.

“Holy shit! Is that Paige?” Paula snorted, doing a double take.

“No, it’s Dolly Parton,” I shot back.

“She looks like Mothra with a boob job!”

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