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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Super romance

    Reporter Liza Dunnigan always does her best, but her stomach is not in her work even if she does the food column at the Chicago Sentinel as she has for seven years instead she wants to become an investigative journalist. After her latest haranguing of her boss Kristin Coulter, she is assigned a chance to prove herself by performing an impossible task. She is to interview advice columnist Dear Cordelia, who no one has claimed they ever met her, let alone interviewed her................ Liza decides the only place to start is with Cordelia¿s only known contact, publicist Jack Graham. She follows him to Maine where he is visiting to arrange for the care of the dog of his late beloved grandmother. Desperate to make progress with her only link, Liza pretends to be a professional canine caretaker. However, her plot backfires when she falls in love with Jack, but fears once she tells him the truth he will distrust and drop her..................... DEAR CORDELIA is a fine lighthearted romantic romp starring a delightful cast of characters. The story line is fun though it seems unrealistic yet the audience will not care because they will be so into Liza¿s efforts to meet Cordelia through Jack. Fans will enjoy her efforts as her heart and body betray her by falling in love with her meal ticket. He, in turn, desires her as much from the moment he watched her at his grandmother¿s table though he knows that she only wants to know Jack because of Cordelia.............. Harriet Klausner

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