Synopses & Reviews
A hot, sassy, Southern romance about girlfriends, gossip, the game of love- and the game of Bunco.
Woman cannot live by Bunco alone
. Meet the Bunco Babes of Whispering Bay. Every Thursday night they roll dice, drink frozen margaritas, and catch up on all the gossip in their small north Florida town. Kitty Burke is the only Bunco Babe who is still single-which is okay-but she's thirty-five and may need to face the fact that her image of Mr. Right is all wrong.
Take Steve. Very sexy-but on paper, with three failed marriages and a shady career, maybe not great husband material. And yes, his ring tone is "Freebird." Fellow Babes Shea and Pilar definitely vote thumbs down. But maybe there's more to Steve than meets the eye. Is it time for Kitty to roll the dice and hope that she can be as lucky in love as she is in Bunco?
"Geraci's sexy, funny debut is an emotionally satisfying story of love, friendship, family and community."
The Chicago Tribune
"Bunco Babes Tell All is a refreshing story about the importance of women's friendships crossed with the situational humor of a romantic comedy."
Sacramento Book Reviews
"A steamy romp of a read whose lively characters kept me turning the pages."
Haywood Smith, New York Times bestselling author of the Red Hat Club series
"A fun book, and what promises to be a delightful series from Geraci."
"This book had everything for me, sex, romance, laughter, and even a slight mystery, but as they say, "What happens at Bunco, stays at Bunco!"
Publishers Weekly Beyond her Book Blog
"This book was awesome."
Reviewer Top Pick, Night Owl Romance
"Maria Geraci has become my new favorite author of 2009! I can't wait to read her next piece of work."
Recommended Read, Fallen Angels Reviews
The Bunco Babes of Whispering Bay, Florida, meet every Thursday night to roll dice, drink frozen margaritas, and catch up on gossip. Kitty is the only Babe who is still single--which is okay--but she may need to face the fact that her image of Mr. Right is all wrong.
About the Author
This is Maria Geraci's first book.