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After a devastating breakup, Gabby's best friend attempts to lift her spirits by treating her to a girls' night out at the alluring new dance scene in town, Club Tryst. The next morning, Gabby awakens hungover and unable to remember anything about the previous night. Even worse, her purse is missing.
Gabby retraces her steps in hopes of recovering her purse, and, again, finds herself inside the dance club, where the lure of the electronic dance scene bewitches her. Consumed by its nightly ritual of accepting drinks from strangers and waking ashamed beside them the next morning, her life unravels as her appetite for casual encounters blossoms. Struggling to overcome her destructive self-indulgence, she uncovers a connection between herself and Club Tryst's dark past.
In order to rebuild her life, Gabby must push beyond her own sexual limits and piece together exactly what happened the night her purse disappeared. Mystery lurks behind every corner. Every new clue leads back to the same bartender, who always seems to know what drink to pour, and every drink leads to a new sexual encounter more daring than the last.
Will Gabby recover from her reckless binges and reclaim what she lost, or will she succumb to depression and spend the rest of her life drinking alone?
Welcome to Club Tryst. It's ladies' night, and we have some killer drink specials during happy hour....
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Great story. Well written. Excellent narration by Rose Caraway. Allen Dusk captures the spirit of the main character.
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- A. J. Bishop
A good tale.
Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
This is an excellent book although the start is frankly rocky, once you get past that it's great!
What about Rose Caraway’s performance did you like?
I love the voice of Rose and the enthesis she puts into the work, it makes it believable.
If this book were a movie would you go see it?
Maybe more of a TV short? But I would though i would skip the opening.