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The Company You Keep (School Ties Trilogy #3)

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Running slam-dunk into Vic Golinski at her college reunion leaves Mimi Lodge with a lot of questions. Back in the day, they were Grantham University's star athletes and polar opposites. If she said left, he said right. If he said hot, she said cold. All of that opposition had an unexpected consequence: a heated attraction….

So will she and Vic still clash l
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Paperback, 288 pages
Published July 3rd 2012 by Harlequin (first published July 1st 2012)
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Mitch
Sep 23, 2012 Mitch rated it it was ok
I think after reading "The Company You Keep" I am going to take a little break from reading Harlequin for a while. This wasn't terrible, but it is the worst one I've read so far. There were some great moments, but too many forced emotional scenes seemed far-fetched and very much like a sub-par Hallmark movie.

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Two college athletic rivals end a debate in an intense way: naked in a fountain (I love and laugh everytime Harlequin books describe nipples, and
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Susan
Aug 05, 2012 Susan rated it really liked it
Good book. I really enjoyed the way that Vic and Mimi teased each other once they got past their actions when they were in school. I really liked the way that Vic was sensitive to Mimi's nervousness in crowds and in cars. He did a terrific job of helping her through when things got to be too much. Mimi was very independent and really didn't like not being able to do the things she used to do. Vic had his own issues to deal with, mostly being his extreme feeling of being responsible for everythin ...more
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After graduating from Yale University, Tracy Kelleher spent the next few years working in Italy. She returned to the United States to study medieval history in graduate school at Cornell University, but decided that academic life was not for her. She migrated to the Big Apple, where she worked at an advertising agency. Fast-forward through marriage, two children, one dog, and freelance writing for ...more
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