Marcy Miller is a jewelry designer who practiced and taught management labor law for twenty years. She received degrees from the University of Pennsylvania and Georgetown University Law Center. She has served on more than fifteen local and national boards, and is currently dedicating her volunteer efforts to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and the Museum of Contemporary Art, both in Los Angeles.
She resides with her new husband in Beverly Hills.
In a society focused on finding "The One" when you're young enough to live a life glamorized in all manner of media, what happens when you find yourself facing that struggle past the dreaded age of forty-five?
It's a whole new world out there. If there is a soul mate, where do you even begin to find yours--in the classic single bars or on the oft-disastrous internet? What's expected in sex in the modern era, and when, after so many years, is the right time?
Rebooting in Beverly Hills is Sex and the City for the next generation. It's the witty, charming, and absolutely true account of Marcy Miller, a competent, attractive professional woman, as she struggles to re-enter the dating world after an esteem-killing divorce of an adulterous husband.
Set in the opulent oasis of Beverly Hills, Marcy riffs on pickups, fix-ups, internet dating, matchmaking, divorce, and all the other craziness--like psychics, girlfriends, and sex--that pop up along the road of leaving single life behind.
This fun, engaging memoir, written by a loveable and slightly saucy storyteller, is for anyone who has faced rejection and the need to start again. It's for anyone who still searches for love.
A hilarious look at the world of dating, Rebooting in Beverly Hills is full of great stories, helpful advice, Beverly Hills glamor, and fun.