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Baby I'll Find You: A sexy contemporary romance Paperback – October 6, 2011
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Award-winning author Jennifer Skully is back! The author of KOD Daphne winner SEX AND THE SERIAL KILLER brings you a poignant tale of loss and renewal. Her books are peopled with hilarious characters that will make you laugh and make you cry. And don't miss her classy erotic romance writing as Jasmine Haynes. Coming in 2011, she brings readers a breath-taking new trilogy, The DeKnight Tales, PAST MIDNIGHT in May 2011, followed by WHAT HAPPENS AFTER DARK in Nov 2011 and THE PRINCIPAL’S OFFICE in Feb 2012. Visit her website for more information. Of course, she’s also the author of the award-winning "Max Starr" psychic mystery series and the classy foursome tale, KINKY NEIGHBORS. Read more about Jennifer Skully at www.jenniferskully.com, Jasmine Haynes at www.jasminehaynes.com, and the "Max Starr" series at www.jbskully.com. Visit her blog www.jasminehaynes.blogspot.com where she offers free reads!
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Following a personal tragedy, Colton is an even bigger sleepwalker, almost a ghost. They connect because Jami learns about his music through a grab bag purchase. Suddenly, Jami is ready to "kind of" turn her life upside down to track down this mysterious musician.
The biggest mystery in the story is how one burger restaurant in a small town could generate enough revenue to pay everyone who works there, including the new accountant.
I'm not sure if it is the small town water, but Jamie's biological lock seems to go into overdrive. The back story and minor characters lacked depth.
With the requisite amount of wavering, the HEA is quickly reached. This is not a terrible book, just one I wouldn't bother reading more than once.