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Summer (Sunny) Alexandria Kramer is a pretty, petite, 28-year-old nursing home bookkeeper at Ageless Grace Nursing Home. The middle daughter of divorced parents, she is searching for love, yet doesn’t know it. Frustrated with her job and life, she dumps her boyfriend of almost three years, Sam Sheridan hoping for nothing better than the freedom from what she feels is a doomed relationship. When she meets Lloyd, she realizes what was missing from her relationship with Sam, yet she is afraid to fall deeply in love and get hurt. Lloyd Andrew Harper is a 32-year-old, handsome pharmaceutical sales rep, whose outside interests include his stray cat Rufus and his band, Deadly Dosage, where he is the lead vocalist and guitarist. When his father’s roommate at Ageless Grace becomes increasingly sick for no apparent reason, Lloyd agrees to intervene and speak with the pretty, green-eyed, dark-haired, bookkeeper his father is always talking about. What he discovers is the woman of his dreams and a mystery that will bind them together forever, providing her boyfriend Sam stays out of the picture. Sam Robert Sheridan is 30 years-old, charming, attractive, and interested in more than his job as an electrical engineer. Although his sights are beyond remarkable with a handgun, he constantly misses the mark with his ex-girlfriend, Sunny. After a drunken affair with her roommate Brandi the night of their breakup, he invokes all of his charm and manipulative skills in an attempt to win her back. Pressured but unrelenting, she refuses a reconciliation, but agrees to start over if she can continue seeing her new love interest, Lloyd Harper. Desperately wanting a second chance, while not wanting her to succeed in her new relationship, he agrees on two conditions: one, he can date anyone including her roommate and two, no sex whatsoever.

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2013
    • Ano:  2015
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2000647225178
    • ISBN:  9781301082711

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