Finding Jordie by H. J. Harley
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Jordie is a survivor, tough and independent. She’s had to be, since her husband was killed in Iraq. For the last eight years, raising her daughter and owning a popular New York City bar has kept Jordie plenty busy, leaving her no time for much of anything else. Aside from her sassy yet squirrely best friend Rachel, Jordie’s social life is bare bones and her love life nonexistent. Truth be told she wouldn’t change a thing; she’s never been happier. Then she meets Nathan, one of Hollywood’s most adored celebrities, and he changes everything with one crooked smile, triggering a chain of life-altering events for the two of them, filled with romance, chaos, and deadly peril. Neither of them could ever imagine their relationship would resurrect an unknown darkness from Jordie’s past, lurking in the shadows, just waiting for the perfect moment to strike. Jordie has never needed to be stronger for all of them to make it out alive. Sensuality Level: Sensual
 

About H. J. Harley

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HJ Harley is just a Jersey girl surviving in the good ol’ South. She’s a fan of sunglasses, good coffee, original stories, her pets, and laughing with friends. Most importantly, she loves being a mother to her beautiful daughter. For more about HJ, visit www.hjharley.com.
 
Published February 11, 2013 by Crimson Romance. 268 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Jordie and her best friend repeat their inside jokes and stupid slang expressions so often that it gets really old (really, really old), but otherwise Jordie seems believable as an intelligent, blue-collar business owner.

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Jordie and her best friend repeat their inside jokes and stupid slang expressions so often that it gets really old (really, really old), but otherwise Jordie seems believable as an intelligent, blue-collar business owner.

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