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Getting up and Getting on by M. Bridges

Getting up and Getting on

by M. Bridges

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The much anticipated second title in the Award Winning Betty Jean series. Betty Jean is in California making a new life for herself but is haunted by her past...even stalked by it. She has to find the strength to get up and get on with her life, proving that sometimes the easiest part of a break up is the breaking up. Betty Jean shares this story with her assistant turned best friend, Sheila Cooper who is in need of a little getting up and getting on of her own. Sheila has always run from the emotional side of love having witnessed it s destructive power, but when she meets Cyron de Monbleau she discovers there s no place left to hide. Both women soon realize that life, like love, is not a spectator sport. To win at either, you have to be an active and full participant.

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