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This is Part Two of the Mad Dog Days serial novel, which unfolds in three parts (of approximately 50 pages each). Readers should begin with Part One and read all three parts in sequence. I quit my dead end job in retail and made an arrangement through The Club. I’ll get what I need…money to pay my rent. And he’ll get what…
Set in all-too-small New York universe of artists, musicians, and writers, in which the lives of our hapless heroine and her errant lover intersect repeatedly, with far fewer than six degrees of separation, Bad Timing memorably depicts a woman struggling to reconcile her need for love with the limits and liberties of an undercover affair. With a startlingly fresh take on some New York prototypes (the witty gay neighbor and the overbearing Jewish family) and devilish looks into the clubby world of art and magazine, Bad Timing is a memorably tart-yet-sweet story of modern love, lost and found.