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Ex And The Single Girl

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  • Sales Rank:98,760
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Edition:5
  • Pages:257
  • Publication Date:May 22, 2012
  • ASIN:B0085YDLD6

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Embrace this touching and hilarious story of love lost and found in Lani Diane Rich's "Ex and The Single Girl", now re-edited exclusively for Kindle!




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"It's not you, it's me...

...well, maybe it's a little you."

Penis Teflon. That's what Portia Fallon calls the man-repelling curse that keeps men from sticking to the women in her family. When Portia gets dumped -- on Valentine's Day no less -- she fears she's inherited the curse. So when her mother calls her home, she leaves wintry Syracuse and her PhD work behind, and heeds the call. A summer back home in Truly, Georgia, and she'll be able to regroup and finally finish that dissertation...

She should have known it wouldn't be that simple. Her mother, Mags, is crazier than usual, and that's a high bar; Aunt Vera keeps smiling over of an emotional crisis she won't talk about; and Grandma Bev has her surly turned up to eleven. On top of that, there's a British writer in town they've decided will be Portia's "Flyer" -- a one-night-stand meant to clear a girl's energy so she can get the ex out of her system. It's the perfect plan, until Portia falls for her Flyer, and the ex shows up in town with a ring and a promise to stick for good. Now Portia has to figure out what she really wants, and what she's willing to risk to get it.

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