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I Brag ... Again. Dating Through Heartbreak

  • Couverture cartonnée
  • 316 Nombre de pages
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Texte du rabat After the surprising ending to the author's previous book I Brag, many have wondered what happens next. "She can't ... Lire la suite
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After the surprising ending to the author's previous book I Brag, many have wondered what happens next. "She can't just be left broken-hearted! Will she keep bragging?" "Yes! I did and I still do," says author Annie Chau. This is the next installment in her Brag series, detailing year three of her post-divorce adventures in Manhattan. She explores the concept of dating, beyond what the common idea of dating means. Her experiences with new people add needed laughter to her story, while the return of old flames brings her closer yet to the promise of a new future. As for the characters in her life, The Walker, with his hilarious and frustrating antics, will make readers wonder if it's possible for such a man to exist. The Runner, aka Italian Stallion, ropes the author into Round Four, but solicits a different outcome this time. And unexpectedly, The Ram returns and redirects the course of her life once again. About the Author: Originally from the San Francisco Bay area, Annie Chau has lived and worked in Manhattan for several years. Her next book is I Brag ... Some More. Girls, Goddesses, and a Chinese Lady. This book takes a break from the men, and pays tribute instead to the women who have made an impact on her life. Publisher's website: http://www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/title/IBragAgain.html

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Titre: I Brag ... Again. Dating Through Heartbreak
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Code EAN: 9781612040509
ISBN: 1612040500
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Genre: Romans et récits
nombre de pages: 316
Poids: 467g
Taille: H229mm x B152mm x T18mm
Année: 2011