Rosie by G. P. Taylor
Note to Self (Lipstick Confessions)

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Can there ever be two Mr Rights? And when everything in your life goes wrong, can anything ever be right again? Rosie Jacobs is devastated by the loss of her young husband but on a journey of self discovery and hope the New York girl finds love second time around in the most unlikely of settings. Rosie: Note To Self is an uplifting romantic comedy with themes of loyalty, courage and compassion, set in New York, Oxfordshire and Northumberland. This is the first in the Lipstick Confessions series written by Claire Connor and New York Times bestselling author GP Taylor who has been heralded as 'the new CS Lewis'. 'I thoroughly enjoyed Rosie and read it in one sitting - I literally could not put it down finally finishing at three in the morning. This book will fly off the shelf!' - Julie Jowett, High Street Retailer
 

About G. P. Taylor

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G.P. Taylor is the author of New York Times bestseller Shadowmancer and many other books including Wormwood, Tersius and the Dopple Ganger Chronicles. Before taking up writing full-time, he was an Anglican vicar in North Yorkshire, England.
 
Published September 1, 2009 by Authentic Media. 384 pages
Genres: Romance.

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Mara tells Rosie and Rosie's sister in law, Valentina, that they should both go back to their own countries and leave her, and Valentina does so immediately, but Rosie doesn't want to leave Mara alone, and can't face going back home to America, so she stays with Mara.

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