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Holt Medallion finalist!
Christie Becker has always dreamed of a career in radio. After a few years of working a grueling desk job and attending night classes, Christie is finally ready to embark on her new on-air career. When she quits her job and gets hired as an overnight disc jockey, her life seems to be on the right track, but falling for her boss was not something she planned on.Rick Fox has been working in radio for ten years. In fact, it was his voice that got Christie through many college study sessions. With an established career, the last thing he wants - or expects - is to be attracted to the overnight jock. Especially when it is strictly against company policy; an affair would put both their careers in jeopardy.But when the two of them are thrown together in the studio it becomes clear that the static between them is more than just professional chemistry. Will Christie's career be destroyed before it even begins, or will Rick find a way to salvage both their jobs and put their love on the air?
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Sierra Donovan is a wife, a mother of two and a writer, though not always in that order. Her job and greatest joy is helping people find true love on the printed page. Meg's Confession is Sierra's second novel. Her first, Love on the Air, was a finalist for the Holt Medallion.
Sierra is also the author of No Christmas Like the Present. Her next romance, Do You Believe in Santa?, will be released in September 2015.
Readers can email Sierra at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit her website at www.sierradonovan.com.
Christie Becker has the fever, and she has it bad. She is willing to give up a steady, if boring, job as a loan processor for lousy pay and terrible working hours, not to mention a complete lack of time for a social life, to make a name for herself in radio as a disc jockey. Rick Fox is the program director who sees her potential and hires her right out of school for the graveyard shift, but professionalism demands that he not reveal his growing attraction to her as a charming and lovely person. Christie, for her part, struggles with Rick's chameleon-like mood changes while learning to do her job. Donovan's debut novel shows a good grasp of the broadcasting industry as well as a deft touch with characterization. Her well-crafted, leisurely, and refreshingly candid inside glimpse at the realities of this outwardly glamorous industry appeals because this gentle romance captures the camaraderie, as well as the competitive nature, of radio's personalities. Lynne Welch
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Book Description Montlake Romance, 2004. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110803496745
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Book Description Montlake Romance, 2004. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0803496745
Book Description Condition: New. New. Seller Inventory # STR-0803496745