Item description for Frosted Glass by John P. Rutledge Michael J. Vaughn...
A painful break-up/break-down chases high-tech marketing wiz Sandy Lowiltry from her Silicon Valley home. She comes to rest on the Oregon Coast, where she seeks solace in the opera-themed sanctuary of the Hotel Bel Canto and the arms of a handsome eccentric who spends his days combing the beach for sea glass.
Sandy soon learns what the tourist ladies already know - it's easy to fall for Frosted Glass Man. Besides great sex and alarmingly intricate campsite cuisine, Frosty offers do-it-yourself mythologies that would melt even the coldest heart. But will it be enough to quiet the whisper of ambition, the voice inside Sandy's head that chides her for settling? Will she really leave behind Silicon Valley for love in such a strange package?
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.8" Width: 6" Height: 0.8" Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Publisher Dead End Street Publications, LLC
ISBN 1929429754 ISBN13 9781929429752
Availability 58 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 27, 2016 10:49.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Frosted Glass?
Escape from Silicon Valley Jan 27, 2003
"Frosted Glass" is a marvelous tale of romance and escape from the Silicon Valley. Michael Vaughn brings his characters and various west coast locales to life with linguistic brilliance and a gentle wit. Vaughn's gift for description is evident in everything from his delineation of his characters' interior lives to his rendering of sumptuous meals and fantastic seascapes. His characters have personal mythologies every bit as fascinating as the main story and their romance manages to be both playfully sexy and soberingly existential. Their struggle to discover the realities of love and work outside the narrow parameters of Silicon Valley culture is by turns heartrending and hilarious. This is truly one of the best novels I have ever read about creative people in the micro-chip metropolis. It gives one hope that authenticity can survive in a world dominated by cellphones, pagers, laptops and SUVs.
My favorite!! Sep 10, 2002
I love this book! I am so glad to see it got published! It is a truely wonderful story. Michael has done an excellent job getting into the mind of a woman. Everyone should read this book!!