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A Slow Return to Skinny Dipping

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A slow return to Skinny dipping is a love story mixed with humor, terror and the renewal of life. The author, Tom Williams, believes in happy endings because they occurred in his life. Guts, faith, and commitment can change any equation. Real love is out there, right now, you just need to throw away your preconceptions to find it.

Ellie Jackson decided to take a much neede
Paperback, Paperback, 234 pages
Published March 12th 2012 by Thomas E Williams, LLC (first published September 18th 2011)
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Apr 23, 2012 Fran rated it it was amazing
A Slow Return to Skinny Dipping: Author Tom Williams

Ellen Jackson buries herself in her job making sure that her patients receive the best care. When other girls go out on dates, she reads books and articles in her field. Reading up on clinical data for treatments of burns and upper extremity injuries was her way of making sure justice was served to her patients and she was going that extra mile doing her job. With an efficient assistant her workload should have been lightened and her schedule
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Oct 04, 2012 Philip Nork rated it it was amazing
Getting back to basics

Ellen was growing tired of the self-centered people who profited greatly from her in general. Ellen Jackson was a self-made woman. Starting back in the Virginia Mountains as a young girl she learned lessons from her Granny about helping others and supporting oneself. She worked hard and had made it to New York running her own business. Even though she is “rich” she saves every dime she makes because she never wants to have to move back to the mountains of her past … so she
Margie Church
May 25, 2012 Margie Church rated it liked it
I liked the premise of the story. Many people have lived lives they weren't expecting. Ellie never planned to become a busy executive, let alone a millionaire. I liked that she had honesty as a core component of her character. She is a woman of integrity. Her journey "home" is one, I think many of us wish we could take. Her struggles to change her lifestyle felt genuine. Her relationship with Scruff is exciting in many ways, tender, and believable. The love scenes were very sensual. Certainly th ...more
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Tom Williams is a technology veteran with over four decades of experience leading private and public companies that profoundly altered the way we work, learn, entertain and interact.

The son of an auto mechanic and a bookkeeper, Tom grew up in Rhode Island with an interest in changing how things work. In 1968, he joined the Information Technology Department at the Community College of Rhode Island
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