Disturbing the Peace

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Avon Books, 2002 - Fiction - 302 pages
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Sarah is smart, sexy, talented, and funny ... and less than satisfied with her life. She has a career that she absolutely adores and true romance on the horizon. But there's something missing -- something that has her restlessly scanning the faces in the crowd and asking, Is she the one?

Sarah never met the birth mother who gave her up for adoption. And that hole in her past has colored everything that came after it. Now, with the big "three-five" looming, Sarah's setting off on a wild Manhattan odyssey in search of the woman who gave her life.

But the sages say you should be very careful what you wish for. The mother she's been seeking may not turn out to be the one Sarah finds -- and she may just rock Sarah's world!

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Heading toward her mid-thirties, the still-attractive Sarah Bridges has an enviable life: she has a job teaching English to immigrant adults, a sexy, artistic boyfriend named Stoddard, and ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (2002)

Newman has an M.A. in English literature and has taught writing and literature at the City University of New York.

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