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Helping Karma

Helping Karma

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by Karen Jerabek
     
 

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Meet Meg, a vivacious young woman who's life gets turned upside down when a twist of fate reveals her lover's lies. Her 3 best friends rally around her, offering their shoulders to cry on and a few pitchers of margaritas. While Meg tries to rebuild her life, she can't help but wonder when her ex will get a well-deserved karmic kick in the pants. She decides to give

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Meet Meg, a vivacious young woman who's life gets turned upside down when a twist of fate reveals her lover's lies. Her 3 best friends rally around her, offering their shoulders to cry on and a few pitchers of margaritas. While Meg tries to rebuild her life, she can't help but wonder when her ex will get a well-deserved karmic kick in the pants. She decides to give karma a helpful little nudge.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940032872177
Publisher:
Karen Jerabek
Publication date:
11/06/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
266 KB

Meet the Author

I was married young, divorced young and after a self imposed cocooning phase, emerged ready to fully embrace my second chance. I discovered a passion for chocolate croissants, kickball and lazy pajama days. Today, I live in Coastal NC with my beautiful twin daughters, a great set of parents and my loveable yet crazy Siberian Husky. I'm embracing my 2nd chance, following my bliss and writing chick lit books.

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Helping Karma 1.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
LindalovestoreadLR More than 1 year ago
Book was pretty good. I didn't like the main character that much, but the whole premise was different than most. Review lost a star because the ending was so abrupt. It left me feeling annoyed.
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ulou2 More than 1 year ago
This book was worth every penny I paid for it.........oh wait.........it was FREE!!!!  Pitiful rambling about a psycho chick.  Found myself turning turning turning pages without reading. Pitiful.