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A Version of the Truth by Jennifer Kaufman
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May 17, 2009

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Book Jacket:
In the wilds of Topanga Canyon, Cassie is right at home--
with the call of birds, the sound of wind in the trees,
the harmony of a world without people. But everywhere
else, life is a little harder for Cassie. Her mother
believes in Big Foot. Her wisecracking pet parrot is a
drama queen. And at the age of thirty, newly single and
without a college degree, Cassie desperately needs a
decent paycheck. Which is why, against all her principles,
she lies on her resume for an office job at an elite
university--and then finds herself employed in academia by
two professors who are as rare as the birds she covets.

One of her new bosses is Professor William Conner, a
s exy, handsome, cheerfully aristocratic expert in animal
behavior. Soon, under Conner's charismatic tutelage,
Cassie carefully begins her personal transformation while
meeting the kind of people who don't flock to wildlife
preserves--from impossibly brilliant academics to adorably
spoiled college boys. But her future--and unlikely new
career--is teetering on one unbearable untruth. And
Cassie's masquerade is about to come undone...in a chain
of events that will transform her life--and the lives of
those around her--forever.

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