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After three years in New York carving out her career niche, and a tempestuous romance behind her, Claire Fitzpatrick can hardly wait to get back to L.A. to her new job as senior feature writer at Choices L.A., but most of all to the security and comfort of her best friend Julian West. To her, he’s the nice guy she can turn to for advice and comfort – the uncomplicated friend she can count on. Only he no longer feels that way.
For months before she went to New York, he fooled her, playing the platonic friend when in fact he wants nothing more than to take her as his lover – and more, much more. But he can’t do that – he can’t let those emotions overtake him – not again. But on her first night home he blows his cover. And suddenly Claire sees him in a whole new light.
“The most romantic book I have ever read.” (ibooks) 5 STARS
“Get ready for fun. Oh my this is great “(Goodreads Renee – reading Renee) 5 STARS
“Karol is an artist painting a sexy picture. Bravo!” (Goodreads Jerome) 5 STARS
“This book is very romantic from beginning to end! I love their trials and tribulations
they go through to get to the end result of how much they truly love one another.”
(Goodreads, Leta) 5 STARS
The relationship between Claire and Julian is captivating, I found myself evaluating my own relationships against it.
(Amazon Verified Purchaser, Lexy) 5 STARS
About The Author
Writing is Helen Karol’s great love and she finally decided to stop talking about it and made time to devote to it. Chances and Choices is her debut novel. She is a Canadian, currently living in England. As an international teacher of language, literature, media and film, she was thrilled to discover a variety of cultures and countries. Before teaching, she was a photographer in the Canadian Air Force – until motherhood made basic training seem like a vacation! A mother and a very,very young grandmother she treasures time with her family. When not writing she can be found watching fitness videos while eating cream cakes – one of these days she really will start joining in. Honest!