You Could Do Better

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New American Library, 2006 - Fiction - 262 pages
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Daphne Wells is way too busy watching television to start planning her wedding. She tells herself that being glued to the boob tube counts as research for her job at the Museum of Television and Radio. But the truth is, as much as she's looking forward to a future with her fiancÚ, Charlie, their sex life just isn’t ready for prime time. Then Daphne meets sexy, successful writer/producer Jonathan Hill when he comes to the museum for inspiration. Daphne spends a weekend in the Hamptons at Jonathan's beach house - on business, of course - but the picture comes in loud and clear; This man can turn her on as if he's a remote control. She’s more confused than ever about marrying Charlie. What if she can do better?

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Section 2
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Section 3
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Stephanie Lehmann received her BA at UC Berkeley and a MA in English from New York University. She has taught novel writing at Mediabistro and online at Salon.com, where her essays have been published. She currently lives in New York City. Visit her online at StephanieLehmann.com and AstorPlaceVintage.com.

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