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Perfect Skin: Book Three of the Brisbane Rewound Trilogy

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  • Sales Rank:368,119
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Pages:368
  • Publication Date:May 12, 2012
  • ASIN:B0082ZROCW


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"Dating can be daunting at any age, but Earls paints the battle of the sexes as a friendly duel with plenty of promising common ground, and readers should enjoy this amiable, well-crafted and genuinely romantic book." - Publishers Weekly

Jon Marshall is a Brisbane dermatologist who lasers bananas as well as he does skin and has a penchant for making even simple situations more complicated. From Ash--his running buddy--to Katie--his coffee friend--to Lily--his daughter known affectionately as the Bean--Jon tries to keep the women in his life in neat compartments but ultimately finds that poetry readings, errant cats, and the Lemonheads all make life what it is--messy and blurry and vibrant.

As he copes with the loss of his wife, attempts to avoid the dating scene, and puts off registering an obnoxious computer program, Jon is going to learn that the most important woman in his life will always be his daughter, and fatherhood is going to make him grow up--if not old.

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