New York Time Author:Richard Peck All her life, Barbara had trained to be a 10 on the Total Woman scale. But she was a lot more woman than the sum of her parts. True, she'd been a boy-crazed Tri-Delt, '62. True, she'd married Mr. Right and settled for silken security in midwestern suburbia. And she would have gone right on if... — ...if Mr.Right hadn't gone wrong. If he hadn... more »'t taken her with him,then abandoned her in New York, the Big Apple, the Naked City.
Plunged into Total Confusion, Barbara didn't know what she wanted, so she took what she could get: firsthand lessons in Life and Love that led to an amazing discovery: She had an enormous appetite for both -- and a remarkable talent for separating the men from the boys.« less