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Skinny Dipping

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 12, 2012

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    an amusing whimsical yet affecting character driven contemporary romance

    The Olsen family has spent many retreats at the summer home Chez Ducky at Fowl Lake, Minnesota. However with the recent death of the family matriarch, most of the Olsen brood feels the place is not the same and wants to sell it some are ambiguous about selling a home that has been part of their tradition, but only slacker Mimi wants to keep the place.------------ While her relatives debate what to do, Mimi decides to spend a Northern Minnesota Fall and winter there her first non summer trek to Chez Ducky. She hopes to find a miracle to keep her relatives from selling, but instead finds a wild zany bunch next door that needs some mothering especially injured MIT Professor Prescott Tierney except she is miss irresponsibility. However, as she tends to a canine crowd (Blondie, Wiley and Bill) and Prescott, his extremely responsible dad, Joe has also come to finally connect with his adult son. Joe and Mimi meet when she goes SKINNY DIPPING and loses her clothing even mud cannot hide what he sees.----------------- SKINNY DIPPING is an amusing whimsical yet affecting character driven contemporary romance that will have Connie Brockway's fans laughing and crying. The opposites attract story line is enhanced by the dysfunctional relationship between the adult male Tierney¿s, the arrival of Mimi¿s pregnant half-sister, and the dogs especially Kill Bill who bites the hands that feed him. This is an entertaining tale of connecting or at least trying to connect as love can be found in the zaniest of locations.---------------- Harriet Klausner

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