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Negotiating Love Paperback – December 18, 2012
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About the Author
Roni Denholtz has been making up stories with happy endings since she was very young. Eventually she started writing them down, and her stories and articles have been published in magazines such as Modern Romance, True Love, Child Life, Baby Talk, Complete Woman, Women's Circle and For the Bride.
One of her nine children's books, Jenny Gets Glasses, was named to the list of top twenty favorites of first graders in a nationwide study by the Reading is Fundamental group.
Roni lives in northwest New Jersey with her husband, daughter, son, mixed-breed dog and two goldfish. When not writing or spending time with her family, Roni also enjoys reading, photography, cooking, listening to music, attending marching band and robotics competitions, and collecting old girls' series books.
Negotiating Love is her third novel for AVALON.
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Valerie is a third grade teacher on the teachers' union contract negotiating team. Doug is a school board member raising his orphaned niece and nephew. Valerie and Doug not only have to work through being on opposing sides of contract talks, but have to work through attitudes formed from past relationships before they can trust their love.
They have to decide what is really important in life, and negotiate a way to be together in spite of their differences.
Negotiating Love is a quick, sweet, and satisfying read.