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Lost & Found

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Mike Forester is a writer, traveler and free spirit from New York. Packing his bags and moving across the ocean for the summer sounds like just the thing to get his creative juices flowing. Ana Rhode is an Austrian tour guide and waitress, unsure of where she is heading. Her only certainty is her dislike for American men.

He signs up for her tour and is convinced that the
Kindle Edition, 116 pages
Published June 11th 2014 by Amazon
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Dini Annav
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Too short for me, and will there be a continuity like another book to be a series? Or maybe it connect to another book written by the same author? Because I think after being in the U.S., their real story should be begun. Like how they survive the relationship, the job, and the most important thing, will Ana ever meet his biologicfather since she's in the area? Her story kinda reminds me of my self, I haven't met my dad for years & feel a bit insecure when it comes to men because of what he did ...more
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Mila Rossi creates heroines who don't back down, stand up for themselves, and insist on freedom and independence until the right man comes along, then all rules are thrown out the window. The heroes must be clever, generous, and able to throw a girl over their shoulder.

If she's feeling nostalgic, she writes historical romance under the name Alice Lake.

When not typing away furiously, she goofs arou

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