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In Books We Love's "A Winter Sabbatical" by Cheryl Wright, Marissa Temple, unable to come to terms with the death of her fiancé, needs time alone.


Close friend Daniel offers the use of his quaint country cottage while he is overseas on a long term assignment. But Daniel forgot to mention his best mate, Travis Johnston.


Marissa finds herself strangely attracted to Travis, but
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Kindle Edition, 122 pages
Published January 11th 2012 by BooksWeLove.net
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Being a writer can be... interesting.

Walking down the street and watching people go about their day-to-day life, but thinking strange, even dangerous things.

I still clearly remember the day I stood at the traffic lights in downtown Melbourne. There she was, sitting in her car, waiting for the lights to change green. Tapping her fingers impatiently.

Something inside my head went off. Kaboom! An idea
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