When this title landed in my lap I never expected it to wow me with a yearning for more. When this title landed in my lap, I never expected it to wow me with a yearning for more. Zane and Jenna Michaelson hit all the big topics of modern-day and use menopause as the binding factor. They find a way to make two unlikely souls to develop a friendship with a depth in the knowledge that one cannot judge a book by its cover. The world is ever-changing and opening the door to invite new people inside can be difficult as people age. Through the brazen and often not so PC Donna-Marie readers are invited into a world of wonderful characters. Some of them might be considered misfits in different social circles. However, Donna-Marie serves as the shaman and Michelle finds herself opening her heart and soul to a whole new world. One she recently found herself only focusing on the side effects of growing older. The journey Michelle embarks on truly captures the essence of what it means to embrace life after fifty. The Michaelson’s produced one of the most enjoyable reads of the year. A beautiful work with healthy themes and more laughs than one could hope for between the covers.
***My mother, who is 77, enjoyed every word of this work as well!
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For men, their advancing years can mean many things–eyebrows that grow together, an ever-expanding waistline, thinning hair, or worst of all, a low hanging scrotum.
For women, their advancing years can mean only one thing–the curse of dry vagina.
Affluent beauty salon owner, Michelle Cooper-Brown is suffering such symptoms and declaring enough is enough, she makes an appointment to visit her GP desperate for help.
In the waiting room, she meets down-trodden, loudmouthed, cleaning lady, Donna-Marie Clark, who understands the symptoms of menopause only too well.
A clash of worlds follows their initial meeting with the refined and lady-like Michelle horrified by Donna-Marie’s foul mouth and over-bearing personality.
Eventually, Michelle discovers in Donna-Marie a kindred spirit–that rare person who can smile through adversity and find joy even in the darkest of times.
A friendship blossoms between both ladies; one that opens new possibilities to the humdrum life both have settled for.
Through the itches and scratches of dry vagina, join Michelle and Donna-Marie as they navigate the trials and tribulations of the menopause.