After being passed over for a promotion, and currently between boyfriends, thirtyish Jen Brenner figures its time for a major life change. So it’s goodbye to San Francisco and her sexy ex-boyfriend—and howdy to roughing it in the wilds of Montana.
As a reporter for Montana’s Meredith Gazette , Jen is suddenly getting cruised by park rangers and interviewing ranchers who think crème brûlée is men’s hair gel. Then she meets a rugged western vision in jeans and snakeskin boots: EPA agent Bruce Mortensen. So what if he has baggage—a manipulative soon-to-be-ex-wife and a jealous ten-year-old daughter? He’s a real man who’s making her feel like a real woman for the first time in her life.
But is it really love or just the hottest sex ever? Jen’s on a mission to find out...especially when her ex comes back into the picture. Now she’s caught between two men who couldn’t be more different. And what happens next will surprise everyone—even her...
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|Release Date: 11-04-2003|
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Is that a Moose in Your Pocket?
ex marks the spot
six months earlier
The e-mail arrived in my in-box as I was killing time adding books and CDs to my Amazon wish list that I would never buy. Starting a Dialogue with Your Inner Child's Child and The Best Latin Dance Party Hits of 1980-1990 ring any bells?
To: Carl Hanson
From: Nancy Teason
Subject: Department changes
I've been giving the changes we talked about some thought, and the topline is, Jen's just not ready for this kind of responsibility. She has tons of talent, and with the right kind of mentoring, I think she could be a managing editor in a year or two. Irregardless [sic] of the current budget freeze, I think we need to look out of house on this one. We can talk about it more but this is really my gut call.
p.s. Steve and I have tickets to the Giants game on Sunday. Interested in making it a foursome?
Nancy Teason, Director of Product Development
Technology Standard / TechStandard.com
I read it through several more times, heart pounding. My college roommate, who is now a practicing personal coach with two homes (Laguna Beach, California, and Old Saybrook, Connecticut) and two ex-husbands (both in L.A.), says that the important thing in times of stress is to isolate the thought attack and put it away in your "negativity closet." I have tried this method several times and have found that it is nowhere near as satisfying as imagining backing an SUV slowly over the backstabbing turncoat who has wronged you.
For about six weeks now, I've been going through the humiliating process of applying for my own job. Why do I th