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AMAZON Bestselling Author CRY ME A RIVER PG-13 IS A STAND ALONE BOOK The PG-13 Special Edition is the watered down version of my Contemporary Romance version of this book. The language has been watered down and the romantic scenes are less steamy. The original version is also available. Twenty-Three year old tattoo'd foul mouthed chef Caide Palmer, has it all...a house by the beach, a TV show, a beautiful daughter and people who adore him. Life was near perfect, until Heather, the mother of his daughter dies of an accidental drug overdose. River Murphy, a stunning twenty-two year old business owner who loves animals and good friends. Living a life with an alcoholic mother and abusive boyfriend, River should be totally mad at the world, she isn't. Instead, she turns to Al Anon a support group for those who live with or love an addict. Caide didn't expect his ex's parents to fight him for custody, but they did. The court orders Caide to Al Anon to come to terms with his loss. River and Caide find themselves in the midst of a evil plot to sabotage the one thing that has kept River going, her business. Will Caide be able to be the one to protect River? Review of the ORIGINAL version - "This is an awesome adult contemporary romance. A must read for readers 18+ and one you can read over and over and love it the same." ~ Book on the Bright Side "Devyn writes a story filled with passion, strength, and mystery. She is a master at producing twists and turns that only add to the intensity of this read." ~ Griffin's Honey
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