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Penguin, Mar 6, 2012 - Fiction - 336 pages
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Dana Mayo is a whiz at solving puzzles-but only the kind that appear in the daily newspaper. When it comes to matters of the heart, she doesn't have a clue.

After a disastrous attempt to track down the former love of her life, Dana determines to take fate into her own hands and find a new Mr. Right- preferably one who's not already married. Soon she's spending time with Hank, a hunky contractor who is restoring a neighborhood brownstone to its former glory. Handsome and loyal, he's almost too good to be true-but she just can't shake the feeling he's hiding something. Enter Billy, a sexy brainiac who shares her passion for crosswords. He would be perfect, too-if she weren't old enough to be his aunt.

With crises looming on all fronts, Dana's wits are about to be put to the ultimate test. Before she loses it all, she'll have to figure out what she really wants-a puzzle that's anything but black-and-white.


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User Review  - Stefi Chelle - Goodreads

If you're looking for a pointless, forgettable, and very easy read between intense books, then this is the book for you! It was very mediocre. It ended very abruptly, as if the writer had a deadline and just made something up right before the bell rang for class. Would not recommend it to anyone. Read full review

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User Review  - Allison Smith steffenhagen - Goodreads

It was a fast read, something that I'd call "brain candy" just an easy book to distress with. However, the ending didn't make sense to me, it all wrapped up too quickly. Also I found all of the ... Read full review


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Janet Goss moved to New York many years ago with a dearth of both experience and connections, but quickly turned to fiction writing and a series of unusual jobs. She still lives in New York City with her husband and their spoiled-rotten behemoth of a cat.

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