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Baby, I'll Find You

Author(s): Jennifer Skully

If you’re a fan of contemporary romance by Bella Andre, Susan Andersen, Rachel Gibson, Victoria Dahl, Jill Shalvis, Lori Foster, and Jennifer Crusie, then step into the world of Jennifer Skully!
Award-winning author Jennifer Skully is back with Baby, I’ll Find You, a poignant tale of loss and renewal, peopled with hilarious characters that will make you laugh, cry and ache. Be sure to have the tissue box handy.
A man without a future, a woman determined to give him one...
Jami Baylor has lost her job, her fiancé, her hopes, and her dreams all on the same day. But she believes in fate and destiny, and after finding Colton Amory’s CD in a thrift store grab bag, Jami knows it’s serendipity that she’s heard his song now. “Baby I’ll Find You” speaks to her heart, right when she needs it most. So, off she goes to the wilds of Yosemite to discover why Colton Amory hasn’t written another song in seven years.
The only problem? The man who wrote such beautiful music turns out to be a self-pitying jerk. Or so it seems, until Jami digs deeper.
Seven years ago, Cole Amory had a flourishing musical career and a little girl who was his pride and joy. In one split second, he lost it all. He hasn’t written a lyric or played a note since. Buried in a small Yosemite town, he’s now a fry cook at a fast-food joint. And he doesn’t need a woman with stars in her eyes opening all his old wounds and guilt.
Can two people with nothing left to lose find it all?
“Baby, I’ll Find You” is a contemporary romance of approximately 98,000 words.
The book contains the following bonus material: Excerpts from “She’s Gotta Be Mine”, “Kinky Neighbors”, Double the Pleasure”.
Romance Reviews Today:“Jennifer Skully combines humor, mystery, hot sex, fascinating characters, and annoying relatives into one winning book.”
Romance Junkies: “A great book with an awesome plot that readers are sure to enjoy.”
Road to Romance Reviews: “An absolute delight.”


“I hate to say it, sweetie, but no man buys the cow when he can get the milk for free.”
Jami’s shoulders tensed, then her neck, until finally a mammoth tension headache sprouted like an alien probe inside her head. With her outdated clichés, her mother was an anachronism. She had a misspent youth gorging herself on fifties TV shows like Father Knows Best and Leave it Beaver. Jami had actually caught her mother watching old reruns on TV Land.
But Mom was right, things with Leo hadn’t gone the way Jami planned.
“Do not put that bean up your nose, Emily.” Her sister Denise snatched the bean out of the baby’s hand. “And you shouldn’t compare Jami to a cow, Mom”—Denise admonished with a pointed finger—“when she’s just been dumped. We’re supposed to be building up her esteem.”
Her mother’s kitchen was fragrant with the scent of baking lasagna. Of course, it wasn’t for their lunch, but for the church guild potluck that night. Jami sipped her lemonade. For once it was better to let her sister Denise fight the fight for her. Because really, being compared to a cow...
“Of course,” Denise went on, wheezing a little. She hadn’t lost all the weight she’d gained with Emily and insisted on wearing body shapers that squeezed the breath out of her. “If you’d listened to me five years ago and told Leo to set a date or you were outta there, you wouldn’t have wasted all this time.”
Okay, so Jami didn’t need Denise to go to battle for her.
Seated beside Jami at the table, Nanette poured more lemonade. “She doesn’t need to hear a bunch of I-told-you-so’s.” Nanette was the eldest Baylor daughter. They’d all been tow-heads as little girls, but Nanette was the only one of them who’d remained a blonde when she got older. Her three daughters had the blond hair, too. “It’s her job she’s got to worry about. The Silicon Valley economy is crap right now. She’s never going to find anything that pays as well as that job, especially not after she got f-i-r-e-d.” Nanette spelled it out as if it were a curse word she didn’t want one of her girls to pick up. “It’s been over a week and you haven’t looked for a job.”
Jami’s sisters had been over every other day since she’d lost her job and Leo had dumped her, forcing her to move in with her mother until she found an apartment. They were supposed to be cheering her up. But...umm...the best intentions had gone awry.
“She needs time to rethink and regroup, you know.” Thank you, Cathy. Cathy was closest to Jami in age, and that made them closer as sisters. They’d fended for each other when they were younger, and Denise and Nanette ganged up on the babies.
Jami realized she hadn’t said a word in the last fifteen minutes. She’d let her sisters and mother do all the talking, all the demoralizing.
God, she was no better than a cow.
Dick had fired her, then Leo had dumped her, though he’d been polite about it. Leo was always diplomatic.
I don’t want to get married right now. I’m not ready. I need more time. But if you have to have a decision now, then we should probably rethink our living arrangements.
With those few, awful, polite words, Leo had ripped away everything she’d dreamed of for seven years. Maybe pushing him to set a date hadn’t been the message the universe was trying to sending her.

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ISBN (Electronic): 9781626030305
Genre: Romance
Date Published: 12/09/2013
Publisher: Jasmine Haynes

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