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Book Title: What You Won't Do For Love|
Date of issue: November 1st 2005
ISBN 13: 9780758207470
The author of the book: Wendy Coakley-Thompson
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 625 KB
Read full description of the books What You Won't Do For Love:A failed engagement and a partnership in a new e-learning firm have led thirty-six-year-old Chaney Braxton from New York to Washington, D.C. Orphaned as a child, and now betrayed by her fiance, Chaney's through dealing with things that die, leave--or wilt. In fact, she's got a new mantra: No plants, no pets, no men. When Chaney meets half black, half korean veterinarian Devin Rhym, she can't help being impressed with his knowledge and his soothing demeanor--not to mention his exotic good looks. At the same time, Chaney doesn't see herself taking on a twenty-eight-year-old "tadpole." She reminds herself that there are other, more age-appropriate fish in the sea. As Chaney and Devin embark on a relationship, other areas of their lives start to unravel. From family drama, career trouble, and some heart wrenching losses--to an unplanned surprise neither had bargained for--the unlikely lovers are forced to find solutions while finding each other. In the process, they may just find themselves.
Read information about the authorWendy Coakley-Thompson is the author of the novels Back to Life (2004 Romantic Times Award nominee) and What You Won't Do For Love (recently optioned for cable television). She has also written articles and fiction for music and fashion/lifestyle magazines in New Jersey, her adopted home state, and in Nassau, Bahamas, where she was raised. She graduated from Syracuse University with a Ph.D. in Education. Coakley-Thompson, with fellow author Karyn Langhorne, has co-hosted The Book Squad, a Washington D.C.-area radio show. No stranger to radio, her work as a commentator for Metro Connection on WAMU, a Washington D.C. National Public Radio affiliate, earned a 2003 Associated Press/Chesapeake Award in the Editorial category. Coakley-Thompson's scholarly work includes the dissertation entitled "The Use of Popular Media in Multicultural Education: Stressing Implications for the Black/Non-Black Biracial Student." For more on Wendy Coakley-Thompson, visit her web site at www.wendycoakley-thompson.com and her blog at http://wendycoakley-thompson.blogspot.... She is also on MySpace.com (http://www.myspace.com/wendycoakleyth...) and Facebook."
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