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More Than Friends (Paperback) (Toni Davies)

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In the midst of dealing with the breakdown of her marriage, Kate throws herself into her work. Life is a delicate balance, as Kate drinks to keep afloat of the raging emotions of her break up. After working as a receptionist at a real estate office for some years, Kate decides to go back to school and attain the relevant licenses to become a realtor. Upon graduating, the company promotes Kate to a realtor. Eager for a distraction from the pain she feels, she dives into her job, learning as much as she can about her new career. Suddenly, Dean, an old friend from high school, returns to town after breaking up with his long-term girlfriend. Dean shows up at her office, eager to see what is on the real estate market, although his real motivations are to get to know Kate. After a spending a day showing Dean some homes, the chemistry between them is palpable. Their attraction to each other catches them both unaware. As their attraction intensifies, people around them begin to notice. Protective of her daughter since her marriage ended, Kate’s mother wants to know all about Dean. Similarly, Dean’s mother wants to be reassured that Kate is nothing like her son’s ex-girlfriend who left him heart broken and humiliated after she cheated on him with her boss. When Kate’s colleague, Julian, learns about their attraction, he flies into a jealous rage. Julian, who has been in love with Kate for years, storms out of a party, blind drunk, after Kate confirms that she does not share his feelings. Although Kate’s brother, Max, tries to stop Julian from driving, Julian manages to get into his car and drive away. He is caught by the police and charged for drink driving. As the intensity of their connection and passion deepens, both Kate and Dean are confronted with the ghosts of their past. Their feelings for each other are simultaneously exciting and frightening. Despite Kate’s fears of opening up to someone again, she begins to fall for Dean.
Number of Pages: 224.0
Genre: Family + Relationships
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Independent Pub Group
Author: Toni Davies
Language: English
Street Date: June 16, 2016
TCIN: 51546680
UPC: 9781483570150
Item Number (DPCI): 248-23-5797

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