By the Book by Julia Sonneborn. Published by Gallery

Publish or perish. Those words are everything in the halls of academia and Anne Corey knows that if she wants to get tenure at her college, she needs to write a book and get it published, the sooner the better. If only it was that easy. Her life is further complicated when she learns the new president of her college is none other than Adam Martinez, ex fiance and love of her life. Anne has already begun a serious “friendship”  with the college’s writer-in-residence, Rick and she has no intention of rekindling the flame with Adam. The ending of this story is pretty much a foregone conclusion, but it was hard to feel any real heat, or even warmth from Anne and Adam’s encounters. The real strength of this book was Anne herself, I liked her and how she grew through the story, but I wish she had kicked both men to the curb

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