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New Year, New Romances in January

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All that's left is to say…"I Do"


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Escape into unforgettable fantasies with love, lust, and laughter…


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Breaking all the rules


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Paradise, love and power...and a prophecy with a price.


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Where Lessons on Seduction Become Something More




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Also by Erica Miner:

Murder In The Pit, June 2010
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Travels With My Lovers, December 2002
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Travels With My Lovers
Erica Miner

What’s a young mom to do when her husband leaves her for another man? Search for adventure in some of the most exotic places in the world, of course!

AuthorHouse
December 2002
Featuring: Carlo
208 pages
ISBN: 1403317658
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$13.95
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Contemporary

Sometimes life just isn’t fair. I knew something was up when my hubby insisted I go off to Europe on my own with the kids. But when I got lonely and called home and he didn’t want us to come back… Well, what’s a mom to do?

There I was in Italy, fending for myself, and Carlo just sort of appeared. It was Fate. At least I knew someone wanted me; and that someone happened to be young, handsome and Florentine. When I got back to New York, it was far worse than I had anticipated; hubby left me – for another man. But Carlo had whetted my appetite for European men, who definitely know how to make a woman feel like the world revolves around her. From the Beaujolais bars of Montmartre to the monastic cells of Tuscany, I tumbled, plunged and nose-dived into romantic situations that were exhilarating, harrowing and downright comical. And after every experience on foreign soil I returned to my ‘real’ life far more enlightened – and indisputably wiser.

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