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by Francis Ray

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Multicultural

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This is a delicious story, a second-chance romance for us grown-ups. Gina is a character women will be able to relate to: an attractive, full- figured sister with issues, an ex and two kids. The chemistry between Gina and Max sizzles. Readers will love it!

After 14 years, Gina Rawlins has just gone through a messy divorce. She's dealing with two unhappy, angry kids, and her business is on the rocks. Enter handsome Max Chaneau, the owner of a new bed-and-breakfast. After meeting at his open house, Gina agrees to help Max refurbish the inn, and he helps her redesign her website to attract more customers. Working together, their feelings intensify, and things get hot and heavy. But her philandering ex-husband brings back the drama and turns her life upside down. (ST. MARTIN'S GRIFFIN, Jul., 352 pp., $13.99)

Reviewed By: Leslie Frohberg


Published: July 2009

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