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How to Forget Your (Boy)friend: Ivy Stratton & The Time Machine Book 1
     

How to Forget Your (Boy)friend: Ivy Stratton & The Time Machine Book 1

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by Kathleen Kitson
 
Robert Anthony is a Multi-Instrumental Musician and has worked with Gene Simmons, A&E Television, Friends of Distinction, Ron Keel, Andy Byrd, Billy Truitt, and many more. Robert has been teaching students of Guitar, Piano & Keyboards, Bass Guitar, Drums & Percussion, Mandolin, Music Theory, Composition, Aural Skills, for greater than 25 years.

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Robert Anthony is a Multi-Instrumental Musician and has worked with Gene Simmons, A&E Television, Friends of Distinction, Ron Keel, Andy Byrd, Billy Truitt, and many more. Robert has been teaching students of Guitar, Piano & Keyboards, Bass Guitar, Drums & Percussion, Mandolin, Music Theory, Composition, Aural Skills, for greater than 25 years.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940015814330
Publisher:
Kathleen Kitson
Publication date:
12/03/2012
Series:
Ivy Stratton & The Time Machine , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
295 KB

Meet the Author

I'm a novelist who lives in the beautiful Midwest, currently writing as Kathleen Kitson. I've been a fan of books and reading as long as I can remember, and there is nothing quite like the feeling of being captivated by wonderful story.

I love books with happy endings, books that make me laugh (and sometimes cry--happy tears), books that make me feel warm and cozy inside and stories with a Christmas theme. I'm also big on stories that are set in quaint and unusual settings. I'm also a huge fan of great storytelling in film and television format...I'm a fan of romantic comedies, action adventure, mystery and science fiction.

The Ivy Stratton & The Time Machine series is based on an idea I had about 7 years ago... At the time, I just wasn't able to devote time to telling the story properly. But the plot and the characters kept popping back up, and I continued to take notes and record plot details when I could. Finally, this year I decided to sit down, make some time, and write it down. With this series, I wanted to focus on the story and just write and share a fun tale of what happens when a woman inherits a time machine.

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How to Forget Your (Boy)friend: Ivy Stratton & The Time Machine Book 1 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The novella was so good! WHAT HAPPENED??? Totally rediculous & just stupid! Wish i could get money back.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A fun easy read for a rainy day. Looking forward to the next one.
KrittersRamblings More than 1 year ago
Check out the full review at Kritters Ramblings A great companion after reading How to Host a Holiday, the reader gets to revisit with these adorable characters.  Ivy has a love/hate relationship with her semi ex boyfriend, Guiseppe.  He has a love for women and always has one, whether it be Ivy or some other lady on his arm at all times.  In this book, we leave Ivy's home and spend more time with her on the job and with her boss, Sy.  An interesting turn of events takes Ivy down a road where she discovers how one small change can affect many people and the outcome of their lives.
kblondy More than 1 year ago
I love this series, its a quick read and a entertaining story....I cannot wait for the next one! Hurry please!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was really suspenseful. And just goes to prove different choices will lead you down different paths...