Te Amo, No Me Llames

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Ediciones B, 2004 - Fiction - 165 pages
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One woman's emotions, uncertainties, desires, and intimate truths are untangled in this story about Jeri Devlin, paralyzed in both love and life. Soon she'll turn 40, and her fear that she will be alone for the rest of her life is becoming an increasingly weighty burden. Her relationship with Jeff has devolved into a tedious succession of encounters and departures, but certain fortuitous encounters lead Jeri to discover that what she most desires is what she least needs—and that her best option may be one she had never before considered.

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About the author (2004)

Joan Brady is a freelance writer, a registered nurse, and a former lifeguard. She is the author of God on a Harley, Heaven in High Gear, and Joyride. She lives in California.

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