The Way Life Should be

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Naiad Press, 1998 - Fiction - 223 pages
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Jennifer Tired of the lies and broken promises...the nights she waited alone and worried...Jennifer Ogden leaves her unfaithful partner and accepts a job as Assistant District Attorney in the small town of Bailey's Cove, Maine. The close-knit townspeople consider anybody who's lived here less than 10 years to be an outsider, and that's fine with Jennifer. The last thing she wants is to get close to anybody.

Kristan Born and raised in Bailey's Cove, headstrong reporter Kristan Cassidy is as rugged and free as the Maine coastline she calls home. Having been burned in the past, she believes there's no room for romance in her life...until she realizes that she's falling hard for Jennifer.

Pam Believing that time and therapy heal all wounds, Jennifer's seductive ex-lover, Pamela Rivers, has her heart set on a permanent reconciliation. When she discovers that another woman is interested in Jennifer, her competitive instincts shift into overdrive. As attractive as she is determined, she arrives in Bailey's Cove firmly convinced that the way back to Jennifer's heart is through her bed.

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User Review  - Jay Odon - Goodreads

Diana Tremain Braund weaves a wonderful tale of love, loss, friendship and family. Just when you think things are going to be perfect she pulls the rug right from under you and sends you in a totally different direction. Read full review

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User Review  - Michelle Holmes - Goodreads

It was very blah. Read full review

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