You Had Me at Good-bye: A Novel

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FaithWords, Feb 13, 2008 - Fiction - 288 pages
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Everything is on the line for aspiring editorial diva Dancy Ames when she's fired by her publisher. Could this be the time to risk it all on her writing career--and maybe even love?

Dancy Ames has an enemy: Jack Quinn. The man who swoops in, steals her dream job at Lane Publishing, and fires her, saying she just doesn't have what it takes to be an editor. Now that she's unemployed, Dancy must find a new career. Coffee barista, English teacher, literary agent. Hmm. Maybe she'll write a novel--a nasty invective, featuring a relentless job-stealing, coffee-drinking stalker who falls in love with a coffee barista. She's got time on her hands, so when her friends dare her to send Jack a proposal, under an assumed name, she takes them up on it. If he likes it, she'll have her ultimate revenge. But what will she do when it turns out that Jack is interested in her book--and maybe more?

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User Review  - mrsjason - LibraryThing

Dancy is an editor for a fiction publisher. Well she is until she makes a snafu with the company's top author and is fired from her job. To make do while she finds a new job, she helps out a coffee ... Read full review

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User Review  - swilliams1203 - LibraryThing

This was a pretty good book. It dragged in places, but overall it was a good read. Christian Fiction books are always a bit lacking, but I think Tracey Bateman is a good writer compared to others I have read. Read full review


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Tracey Bateman is the award-winning author of many books, including Kansas Home.

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