Girls I Know
Searching for love, Francis King is about to discover the mystery and magic of the female sex…

Twenty-three-year-old Francis King is dumped by the last girl he thinks he’ll ever love. Heartbroken and alone, he is thrust into the digital age of dating and a single life he's never known: a world of hookup culture riddled with noncommittal relationships.

He wanders into the tight-knit bar scene of Memphis, Michigan. A city of thirty thousand people, a few bars, drugs and alcohol, and casual sex on any given night. With determination to find happiness, and a new sexual drive, Francis becomes entangled with many women at once where he discovers the mystery and magic of the female sex.

Girls I Know by Robert Hoxie
Robert E. Hoxie
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ISBN Numbers:  
Hardcover: 978-1-64397-026-4
Softcover:   978-1-64397-027-1
Ebook:        978-1-64397-096-7
LCCN: 2019938910

Page Count: 264
Release Date: 9/10/2020
Fiction / Contemporary
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“I absolutely adored this book. The characters were so real that it sucked you in and made you feel a part of the story. You didn't want it to end!
— Alicia Goeser, NetGalley Reviewer
“…fun…with A LOT of character! Definitely recommend this book!
— Keirstin Smith, Kay's Book Reviews
“This book was interesting…in the best way possible… I related to parts of the book in a few aspects, especially with this being a ‘Hook up’ culture. Dating is hard, so I understood that completely. It's scary how accurate this book is for so many situations!”
— Sarah Cook, NetGalley Reviewer
“…you could call [it] a strenuous search for real love. However, I'd call it a[n] homage to womanhood. And a rather good one, too. Written in the good old tradition of Henry Miller and Charles Bukowski.”
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“A graphic exploration of the modern hook-up culture as seen through the eyes of Francis, a twenty-three-year-old misfit. Girls I Know was right up my alley.
— Wendy Wright, NetGalley Reviewer