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Nobody's Business

3.61  ·  Rating details ·  90 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
After the death of her husband, professional competitive skier Brooklyn Raine has shunned the press. Living as Lyn Hill, bed-and-breakfast owner in a quaint Vermont mountain town, Brooklyn keeps a low profile and avoids any link to her former celebrity status. Now, her famous older sister has arrived with her children and fiancé in tow, and the spotlight threatens to burn ...more
Hardcover, 192 pages
Published October 1st 2011 by Montlake Romance
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Java Davis
Aug 02, 2013 rated it really liked it
I'm no fan of romance novels, but this title caught my attention because of the veteran amputees angle. Lyn, a former Olympic skier whose husband died of cancer has retired from public life. To honor her late husband, also a champion skier, she opens a B&B in a ski area and, with the help of an amputee, opens a skiing rehab center for amputee vets called Ski-Hab.

Enter Mr. Uh-Oh. Doug is a sports reporter who went to Iraq for a story. The humvee he was in blew up and he was the only survivor
Jul 09, 2017 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Ill-informed views of Down Syndrome ruined it

The author writes well and has stories to tell, but her archaic views of Down Syndrome shocked me. A peripheral character, the nephew of the main character, a child, has Down Syndrome. She writes "she loves her nephew, but sometimes, facing his disability made her squirm. ....while April had long ago adjusted to his awkward facial features and physical limitations, the rest of the family tended to avoid direct eye contact for fear of hurting the chil
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Nobody’s Business is a compelling tale addressing modern day themes – war, injury, death, and recovery.

Read full review in the 2013 July/August double issue of InD’tale Magazine.
Nov 26, 2013 rated it liked it
Shelves: clean-romance
A sweet interesting take on modern celebrities. Back stories on characters good. Clean romance!
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Gina Ardito is the award-winning author of more than twenty romances in contemporary, historical, and paranormal sub-genres. She’s a hybrid author, currently published by Montlake Romance, The Wild Rose Press, and independently. In 2012, she was named A Woman of Outstanding Leadership in Publishing by the IWLA (International Women’s Leadership Association). That same year, she launched her freelan ...more
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