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Author: Gail Sattler 
Location: Maple Ridge British Columbia, Canada     
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Signature: To sum myself up, I am a wife, mother, writer, and musician, and the order of those things will depend on what day it is.
Head Over Heels Head Over Heels
by Gail Sattler
Released: May 2007
Genre: Fiction - Romance
Thorndike Press; Thorndike Large Print edition
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Rating 4.0
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Head Over Heels

Falling Out A Window... Into Love

It was certainly not the way Marielle expected to meet a man--any man--but when she visited the gentleman she'd helped save from an accidental plunge, she was intrigued... but only until Russ's workaholic nature made itself known. She'd had more than enough of that from her ex-fiance. So when his boss suggested Russ volunteer in her teen center (the least Russ could do after having landed on her car!), the last thing Marielle was looking for was romance. But love just might bloom where she least expects it...

The back of the cover (listed above) just about says it all. Workaholic Russ feels he has to repay her for saving his life. He fell out of the third story window onto the top of her car. If he had fallen on the ground, he could have been hurt worse than cracked ribs, a broken nose, and a concussion.
There a few other things that happen, but I won't go into details. This was a good book, an easy read with some suspence, and some times you just want to shake them and say "It's right in front of your nose."
I hope you enjoy it too.

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Good Read
— L. Allen Rating 4.0
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Getting Rid of Rosie

by Lynda Simmons
Getting Rid of Rosie

Rosie Fisk was once Samantha Marcello's best friend-but that was before she ran off with Sam's fiancé, Michael, seven years ago. Since then Sam has found a new love, The Silver Swan, her pub. And just as it seems that time has healed all her wounds, Michael walks back into her life-and now he's a widower.

With Rosie out of the picture, and unable to ignore the feelings she still has for him, Sam takes the opportunity to reconcile with Michael. But Rosie isn't about to let death stop her from keeping them apart. Her ghost has been hanging around her husband, playing on his grief and guilt-and only Sam can see her.

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