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For Nina Askew, turning forty means freedom ? from the ex-husband whose career always came first, from their stuffy suburban home. Freedom to have her own apartment in the city, freedom to focus on what she wants for a change. And what she wants is something her ex always vetoed ? a puppy. A bouncy puppy to cheer her up. Instead she gets?Fred.Overweight, smelly and obviously suffering from some kind of doggy depression, Fred is light-years from perky. But for all his faults, he does manage to put Nina face-to-face with Alex Moore, her gorgeous, younger downstairs neighbor.Alex looks great on paper ? a sexy, seemingly sane, surprisingly single E.R. doctor who shares Fred's abiding love for Oreos ? but a ten-year difference in age, despite his devastating smile, is too wide a gap for Nina to handle. Ignoring her insistent best friend, some interfering do-gooders and the ubiquitous Fred ? not to mention her suddenly raging hormones ? Nina thinks anyone but Alex would be a better bet for a relationship. But with every silver-haired stiff she dates, the more she suspects it's the young dog-loving doctor she wants to sit and stay
For Nina Askew, turning 40 means freedom--from the ex-husband whose career always came first, from their stuffy suburban home--but with every silver-haired stiff she dates, the more she suspects it's her young, dog-loving neighbor that she wants to sit and stay! Unabridged. 5 CDs.