Read All About It by Carol Rose

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A new contemporary romance by the author of the bestselling romance "Always"

Reporter Lindsey Graham’s boss, Jack Casale, insists she write a story about her plan to find the ideal mate using a head hunting approach to vet her dates. Lindsey must find three candidates using her method and date them, but she doesn’t plan on Jack showing up to each of these meetings to make sure she’s okay. All this would be easier if she didn’t have the hots for risk-seeker, Jack, who she knows is all wrong for her, but she can’t stop lusting after.

Jack’s pleased when she dismisses dates #1 and #2. He can’t forget the “accidental” kiss he and Lindsay shared at their office Christmas party, but Lindsey knows she doesn’t want a lover with Jack’s gung-ho motto. He was a war correspondent in all the world’s hot spots and she doesn’t need his kind of danger.

Everything gets way more complicated when Jack agrees to let her write the expose safety-loving Lindsay longs to write. Jack insists the way to get the goods on the charlatan. This marriage-enrichment seminar guru makes promises he can’t fulfill and Jack’s answer is for Jack and Lindsey to go undercover as a couple needing help. But that means Lindsay getting way to close to Jack and she’s afraid she’ll lose her mind, along with her panties.

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“Carol Rose snags you from the very first and keeps you engaged in the story until the very end.”~5 star Amazon review

“Carol Rose has once again surprised me with her wonderful work”~5 star Amazon review

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About Carol Rose

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Carol Rose won second prize in the Stephen Leacock Poetry competition in 1994 and was nominated in 1996 for the John Hirsch Award for the most promising Manitoba writer. She is a valued colleague of Anne Szumigalski, David Margoshes and other noted prairie authors. Rose has toured with Mennonite poet Di Brandt performing their dialogical work Occupied Territories: An Argument in Poetry. She is currently co-editing Spider Women: A Tapestry of Creativity and Healing with Joan Turner. Carol Rose lives in Winnipeg. Her first poetry collection is Behind the Blue Gate (Beach Holme, 1997), which was recently awarded the Henry Fuerstenberg Award for Poetry by the Jewish Book Awards Committee.
Published January 10, 2014 by Carol Rose. 173 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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