Reconsidering Riley by Lisa Plumley

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A contemporary romantic comedy where high heels meet hiking boots, self-help meets self-reliance...and old flames spark up nothing but trouble.

Having based her best-selling relationship book on her own personal experience with gorgeous, outdoorsy photojournalist Riley Davis--who stole her heart then skipped town--author Jayne Murphy organizes a workshop for dump-ees. But the "retreat" she's planned could be a disaster when she finds out that the leader for her group's week-long nature jaunt is Riley. Will their past attraction re-ignite?


About Lisa Plumley

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USA TODAY best-selling author Lisa Plumley has delighted readers worldwide with more than two dozen popular novels. Her work has been translated into multiple languages and editions, and includes contemporary romances, western historical romances, and a variety of stories in romance anthologies. Her fresh, funny style has been likened to such reader favorites as Rachel Gibson, Susan Elizabeth Phillips, and Jennifer Crusie, but her unique characterization is all her own.
Published October 1, 2002 by San Val. 304 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Things fall apart from the get-go when Jayne discovers that the adventure will actually involve strenuous hiking and that it will be led by macho hunk Riley Davis, the nature photographer/wilderness guide/commitment-phobe who broke her heart and inspired her book.

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Jayne Murphy is urban chic standing on top of the world with her best selling relationship book, Heartbreak 101, that uses her sorrowful experience with photojournalist hunk Riley Davis.

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