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After a lifetime of moving and change, Jan Carroll wants nothing more than to settle down and build a home. Then her father gets sick, and the stable - if solitary - life she's made as a high school geometry teacher in Spokane, Washington, threatens to crumble around her. She wants little to do with newcomer Tina Nelson, a shallow and unreliable playgirl. Especially since their mutual friend Brooke Stanton has been not-so-subtly matchmaking...
Tina, a graphic artist and musician, has vowed to spend her life free from the obligations that characterized her youth. No ties, no long-term commitments. But she agrees to travel to Spokane to help her cousin promote his business and, in a second moment of weakness, promises to contact Jan. Tina is certain her acquaintance with the too-logical and inflexible woman will be a short one.
Sometimes, though, love makes you throw away life's careful script. Can these women learn to improvise?
©2013 Karis Walsh (P)2017 Bold Strokes Books Inc
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By scheliece sankey on 06-24-17

funny and sweet

I love Jan shyness and I also love the opposite and similarities between her and Tina wants... Great book.

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By Mrs. NY on 06-19-17

Decent Book!

I enjoyed listening to this book, was a decent sequel. I'd have to say that the narration made the book better. I liked the characters and enjoyed them for the most part but it seemed like there was just too much push and pull between the two. From the beginning, it was a total struggle and then magically things changed for them both and they're deeply in love. Talk about a whiplash moment but nonetheless, the interaction between the two was good when it was good. They story was predictable but still enjoyable. Overall decent and I would read the author again.

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