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True love is eternal...


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Conflict of interest is an understatement...


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Two men love her. Will her faith show the way to a bright future?


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Enemies...Lovers...An irresistible combination


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A Cherry Tucker Mystery


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Fantasies come true on this sultry Georgia island.


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Fourth in the Inside Out series




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Talk of the Nation - March 30, 2010

Also by Gene Wilder:

What Is This Thing Called Love?, April 2010
Hardcover
The Woman Who Wouldn't, March 2008
Hardcover
My French Whore, March 2007
Hardcover
Kiss Me Like A Stranger, March 2005
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What Is This Thing Called Love?
Gene Wilder

St. Martin's Press
April 2010
On Sale: March 30, 2010
176 pages
ISBN: 0312598904
EAN: 9780312598907
Hardcover
$19.99
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This is a winning collection from an author writing on his favorite topic: love. Each emotionally involving story illuminates a different kind of love: star-crossed, intense, needy, eternal, unrequited, even comical. Wilder’s protagonists will be instantly recognizable to his fans: men and women who stumble into relationships that can fulfill them or knock them out cold. Which one it will be depends, often, on the smallest of gestures or reactions. Wilder’s stories include:

• “In Love for the First Time,” about a lover so shy and studious that he’s a “funny duck” who has to be led by the hand by his equally inexperienced girlfriend

• “About Being in Love,” featuring coarse but charming Buddy Silverman, who yearns for connection but looks for it in exactly the wrong kind of woman

• “The Woman in the Red Hat,” who shows a writer who has only explored love in his books what the real thing feels like.

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