It's Not Shakespeare

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Dreamspinner Press, Nov 9, 2011 - Fiction - 174 pages
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College professor James Richards is in a rut and feeling his age. He moved to northern California to escape heartbreak and humiliation, but so far the only good thing to happen to him has been his Boston terrier, Marlowe. Then James's toughest student sets him up with her best friend. Rafael Ochoa is worlds apart from James-chronologically, culturally, and philosophically-but he's also beautiful, kind, and a shot of adrenaline to James's not-quite-middle-aged heart. Together, the two of them forge a bridge between James's East Coast sensibilities and Rafael's West Coast casualness, but can their meeting of the hearts survive James's lack of faith in happy-ever-after?

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User Review  - mearias - LibraryThing

It was very entertaining and I enjoyed the characters. This, however, didn't pull me in emotionally. It did have me thinking of what ppl think in an inter-racial relationship, it made me think of my ... Read full review

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User Review  - Bea_writer - LibraryThing

This is a sweet story. Compared to the other Amy Lane books that I have read, it is much less intense, but no less enjoyable. What I liked about this is that each characters have insecurities and we ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Amy Lane is a keen cook and crafter who has recently started her own cake decorating business, Cake Shop Corner. In charge of two small girls and husband, she also has an active Twitter and blog following.

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