Aimee Christensen and her friends (Amara, Bev, Katie and Lisbeth) are all thirty-five and still single. Although none have been willing to admit it they all long to get married. On New Years Eve they make a resolution that one of them will be married by the following year.
With years of unsuccessful luck in love behind them they’ve got to create a “plan” to find him. But the “plan” is not exactly what they bargained for as unexpected events occur and secrets are revealed while they meet and date a number of “ideal” men. BUY THE BOOK HERE
New Years Eve 1999
“I think I’m going to seriously lose weight this next year. I don’t want to exist in a new century heavier than I am today,” I said as the five of us drove to the party.
“You don’t need to lose weight Aimee, you look good girl! You may just want to tone it up a little and turn it into muscle,” suggested Bev.
“So you’re saying I am fat!?!”
“No, but a little exercise never hurt anyone.”
“Oh don’t listen to the exercise guru, Aimee, you know Bev just wants you to join her aerobics class,” laughed Lisbeth.
“Hey I know I look good!”
“And we know you think you do!” said Amara. “But if you look so good why are you without a man?”
“I told you I don’t need a man. I am perfectly content all by myself.”
“Look Amara not everyone thinks they have to be in a relationship to be content like you. Some of us can be alone and not lonely.”