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A Colorado Destiny Paperback – May 22, 2016
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Tricia Lee is a native Oklahoman who has lived in Southwestern United States, Puerto Rico, Portugal, Spain, and England. A former Spanish and art teacher, she has written articles for Seasons for Writing, a newsletter for writers, and has published a short story about her father in Boys' Quest Magazine. She was a humor, travel, food columnist for a bilingual Web site. A Colorado Destiny is her third novel published by Wings. The first, A Caribbean Summer, was published April 2007 and the second, Amorous Ambush, was published October 2008.
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Blake Wallace has a secret, too.
Two people who haven't seen each other since high school come together as adults who've grown into different people. Not recognizing each other, they begin a new and fresh relationship. They each believe there's something familiar about the other, but they're absolutely sure that what they think might be, simply isn't.
From second chances to a grown man masquerading in highly unusual costumes, this book has love, humor and a few unexpected turns, and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Trisha Lee brightened my day with this one.
apartment building, it is hilarious. Tricia Lee writes well, and is very clever.
The chic-lit set will love this book!