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Waiting for Ethan
Diane Barnes

Lyrical Press
September 2015
On Sale: September 15, 2015
Featuring: Gina Rossi; Ethan
220 pages
ISBN: 1616507896
EAN: 9781616507893
Kindle: B00TE7KNA2
Paperback / e-Book
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Romance

When Gina Rossi was in junior high, her best friend’s psychic grandmother got everything right—from predicting that Gina would break her arm and travel to Italy, all the way to leading police to a missing neighborhood child. The one time Gina didn’t listen to her, she almost got herself killed. So when she says that Gina will marry a man named Ethan—but she will have to wait for him—Gina believes her, and waits…

Now thirty-six, Gina’s Mr. Right is nowhere in sight—until the day she’s stranded in a snowstorm, and rescued by the last type of Ethan she expected. It’s very romantic, yet surprisingly not. This Ethan is sexy, and clearly her hero. Still, instead of her “Aha” moment, Gina’s confused. And when Ethan is happy to discover she’s single, does Gina dare tell him, It’s because I've been waiting for you. But the bigger question is, does she dare question destiny—by taking it into her own hands? And is she brave enough to handle what happens once it’s time to stop waiting—and start living?

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1 comment posted.

Re: Waiting for Ethan

Oh I'm definitely an "end peeker" when it comes to books!
(Debbie Wiley 4:17pm September 15, 2015)

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