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About the Book. Dating is hard…
Single mom Maggie Hayes puts up a tough front to hide her loneliness spending her days in the courtroom as a lawyer, and her evenings as a closet video gamer. Another heartache isn’t worth the risk, not after her husband left her last year for a Hooters waitress. When she decides to try dating again, a cute video game-designing nerd seems like a safe bet….Until he becomes the prime suspect in a murder.

About the Author. Jennie Marts loves to make readers laugh as she weaves stories filled with love, friendship and intrigue. She’s the author of the Kindle Bestselling romantic comedy, Another Saturday Night and I Ain’t Got No Body. Reviewers call her book “laugh out loud” funny and full of great characters that are “endearing and relatable.”

She writes from the mountains of Colorado where she lives with her husband, two sons, a parakeet, and a golden retriever named Cooper. Jennie enjoys being a member of (RWA) Romance Writers of America, the Pikes Peak Chapter of RWA, and Pikes Peak Writers.

Jennie is addicted to Diet Coke and adores Cheetos. She loves playing volleyball and believes you can’t have too many books, shoes or friends.

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WEBSITE   FACEBOOK   TWITTER   Buy Link: AMAZON

About the Publisher. Revisit the quaint Colorado town of Pleasant Valley and sit in with the Page Turners Book Club, a group of book-loving women who double as extremely amateur detectives. Join them as they set out to help their friend, while devouring good literature and some really great desserts.

This book blog tour was provided by Fabulosity Reads Book Promotions;
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  1. She looks so so beautiful R. thank you so much and you did everything brilliantly.
    lots of love and hugs

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    1. Thanks Wendy! I'll keep my eye on others. Love what you're doing for authors and readers!!! Lots of love and hugs right back.

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  2. Thanks so much for hosting my book! :)

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    1. My pleasure! I look forward to reading it.

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