Burning the Map

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Harlequin, Jun 15, 2012 - Fiction
54 Reviews

The choices Casey Evers has made in her twenty-six years aren't exactly making her happy. In fact, her life is so on course—college, law school, boyfriend, job offer—that it's actually off. So, before she slides into fourteen-hour days at a Chicago law firm, she heads to Rome and Greece with her two best friends for one last hurrah. The thing is, her best friends haven't really been all that close to her since she started seeing John two years ago, she hasn't been all that close to John lately, and she's awfully partial to Mediterranean men….

 

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Loved the idea of a book about women and traveling but was pretty disappointed. I couldn't relate to the character at all. Most of the characters were unrelatable or just all around bad people, or whiny. Read full review

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Don't get me wrong this book is "OK", it is not bad it is not amazing it is just that "OK". This book was a slow read and I found it a little hard to get into it faster than I have other books. I ... Read full review

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Laura Caldwell, a former trial lawyer, is currently a professor and Distinguished Scholar in Residence at Loyola University Chicago School of Law. She is the author of eleven novels and one non-fiction book. She is a nation-wide speaker and the founder of Life After Innocence, which helps innocent people begin their lives again after being wrongfully imprisoned. Laura has been published in thirteen languages and over twenty countries. To learn more, please visit www.lauracaldwell.com.

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