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Permanently Part Time
by Bridgitte Lesley
Buy Link: viewBook.at/Part_Time
Literary Fiction with zeal and zest! 

 

My success is your success.  But most important of all, your success is my success!

When Patsy Golding decided to change her life she had no idea of the direction things would take.  Trapped in a marriage where she was treated as a possession, she needed to escape.  She realized she had married for all the wrong reasons.  Charles was not the husband she dreamt of.

Starting out as a Homeware representative to make money to stash, Patsy was soon on her way to taking her life back into her own hands.  What started out as a money spinner soon became her focus.

Success did have its drawbacks.  Patsy became the target of her mentor.  The person who taught her everything she knew about direct sales.  Riddled by jealousy, Hope took her frustrations out on Patsy in the oddest ways imaginable.

 



A little snippet from Permanently Part Time

Charles walked through and smiled a smug little smile.  “Hello, Patsy.  I am starved.  Is supper ready?”

“Yes supper is ready.  Supper is always ready on time.  Charles I asked you to be on time.  I really wanted to go to that Homeware party I was invited to,” Patsy said as she took the casserole dish out of the oven and dished up.

“My life cannot be regulated by Homeware parties,” he said.

“But it can be regulated by the pub,” she said.

“I haven’t been in a while.  I felt like a beer,” he said.

“Tonight of all nights.  I have a pounding headache.  I think I will eat and have an early night,” she said as she ate her meal.  Charles could not take his liquor and she knew he would probably eat and put the television on and fall asleep.  She hoped that would be the case.  He got up with his plate in his hand.  “I am going to catch that series I enjoy,” he said as he walked through to the lounge.  Patsy sat and ate on her own and wondered how the party was doing and whether Eleanor would earn a little gift for hosting the party.  She had read the brochures over and over again and knew she would be a good saleslady.  Patsy was a go-getter and full of life.  She knew every product and what the benefits were.  She hoped Eleanor’s friend could see her in the morning. 

 

Thank you to my readers for making this novel such a huge success!  So motivating to see it on the Amazon Bestseller rank!

 

 

 

 

 

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