The January Girl by Goldie Taylor

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Men couldn't help but be drawn to her exquisite beauty and incomparable grace. But Thandy knew Dr. Jackson Gabrielle was different the minute they met. And indeed, Jack knew that this enchanting creature was meant for him, despite the fact that he was already married.

Thandy and Jack's decade-long affair might have been continued indefinitely, the hard-working attorney and the high-profile surgeon scraping together moments for each other out of their crazed schedules, if Thandy hadn't learned from Jack's bitter wife that he had taken up with yet another woman. Thandy moves on, leaving Jack in Atlanta for a big job in Chicago. Jack, used to getting everything he has ever wanted with ease, is forced to figure out what it takes to hold on to something he loves. And Thandy, having fought her whole life for everything she has achieved, realizes the true measure of her strength. But fate intervenes and sets into motion a series of events leading to a shocking climax that forever changes everything.



Goldie Taylor is a former broadcast and print journalist. She is an alumna of Emory University. Goldie is now a managing director at a public relations agency.
 

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Goldie Taylor is a former broadcast and print journalist. She is an alumna of Emory University. Goldie is now a managing director at a public relations agency.
 
Published April 7, 2008 by Grand Central Publishing. 288 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Thandywaye Malone is a beautiful and educated woman with a rough upbringing that led her to leave home as a teenager. Subsequently, she got pregnant and married a caring older man who bankrolled th

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