Love in Los Angeles

Love in Los Angeles

eBook - 2016
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Ted is an avid writer. He travels the country to attend writers conferences and book signings. He had always had a hard time dating but he secretly hoped to meet a woman at one of his conferences or book signings. The time came and when Tim was in Los Angeles he met a woman named Jennifer. The two of them hit it off and decided to spend some time together at the conference where they had fun. Ted and Jennifer start talking after Ted's first presentation. They find that they have a lot of things in common and they go to lunch together. They are late to the afternoon conference because lunch went so well they just kept talking. They had to go their separate ways that evening but before Jennifer left Ted made sure to ask her to breakfast in the morning at the International House of Pancakes next door to the conference center. Ted and Jennifer met for breakfast and they found even more common ground. Did Ted possibly meat his dream woman and the love of his life or would they just go their separate ways after the conference and never see each other again. As it is time to say goodbye for what could be for good Ted decides to get brave and be bold. He asks Jennifer for her phone number. At first she plays hard to get but she naturally wanted to give it to him so she did. She told him that she expected him to call or text her and he promised her that he would. Read along as this love story begins to blossom for Ted and Jennifer. Were they the perfect match for each other? Read to find out. --Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Travis Breeding, 2016.
ISBN: 9781310596551
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Characteristics: data file
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