Does She Love You? [NOOK Book]

Overview

Annabelle Taylor has been in her ideal relationship with an adoring partner for thirteen years. Davis Chandler is jaded from years of bad luck with women, but she thinks she's finally started dating the girl of her dreams. The only problem is they're both in love with the same woman. Nic McCoy is living a double life that is about to come crashing down on all of them.

All three women are left trying to rebuild their lives in the wake of ...
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Overview

Annabelle Taylor has been in her ideal relationship with an adoring partner for thirteen years. Davis Chandler is jaded from years of bad luck with women, but she thinks she's finally started dating the girl of her dreams. The only problem is they're both in love with the same woman. Nic McCoy is living a double life that is about to come crashing down on all of them.

All three women are left trying to rebuild their lives in the wake of shocking realizations that leave them second-guessing everything about themselves and each other. As they struggle toward recovery, they each face life-altering questions about trust, redemption, and the possibility of finding love in the wake of betrayal.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148634690
  • Publisher: Bold Strokes Books, Inc
  • Publication date: 7/16/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 312
  • Sales rank: 205,175
  • File size: 929 KB

Meet the Author

Rachel Spangler never set out to be an award winning author. She was just so poor and easily bored during her college years that she had to come up with creative ways to entertain herself, and her first novel, Learning Curve, was born out of one such attempt. She was sincerely surprised when it was accepted for publication and even more shocked when it won the Golden Crown Literary Award for Debut Author. She also won a Goldie for her second novel, Trails Merge. Since writing is more fun than a real job, and so much cheaper than therapy, Rachel continued to type away, leading to the publication of The Long Way Home, LoveLife, Spanish Heart, and Does She Love You. She plans to continue writing as long as anyone anywhere will keep reading.

Rachel and her partner, Susan, are raising their young son in western New York, where during the winter they make the most of the lake effect snow on local ski slopes. In the summer, they love to travel and watch their beloved St. Louis Cardinals. Regardless of the season, she always makes time for a good romance, whether she’s reading it, writing it, or living it.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 4, 2014

    Rachel Spangler is a fine writer.  Her first four books were all

    Rachel Spangler is a fine writer.  Her first four books were all gems I'll probably re-read now and then for years to come.  But in this book the focal point is a woman 13 years into a "committed" relationship, who is having sex with anonymous strangers in public parks.  The premise is she needs more "passion,"  but to me it reads more like the excitement of sharing needles in a shooting gallery.  It has nothing to do with love.  

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