The sexual exploits of the billionaire playboy Donald Trump. A sensual and humorous recounting of various intimate experiences throughout his life. Join Donald on this journey from an inexperienced boy to a man of astounding sexual prowess.
Also he has a large penis.
“An enchanting, impossible-to-put-down novel about big hearts and second chances.” –Claire Cook, USA Today bestselling author of Must Love Dogs
A year after the death of his wife, Christine, Dan is barely holding on. But one thing gets him through the long, lonely nights and that is his cherished dog, Anni. When she is stolen from his front yard, Dan and his daughter, Lindsay, are devastated. Meanwhile in another part of town, Andrea Keller is recovering from the heartbreak of a messy divorce. After she rescues a defenseless dog from an abusive tenant, her life changes in ways she never could have anticipated.
Dan and Andrea cross paths again and again, only to keep missing each other and the opportunity of a lifetime. As Anni works to find her way home, can she bring together these two lost souls desperately in need of a second chance at happiness?
“Karen McQuestion just keeps getting better! Hello Love is an enchanting, impossible-to-put-down novel about big hearts and second chances.” —Claire Cook, USA Today bestselling author of Must Love Dogs
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Praise for Karen McQuestion
“I devoured it in one sitting!” —New York Times Bestselling author Lesley Kagen on Edgewood
“I LOVED LOVED LOVED this book. It was so much action from the very beginning to the very end. It even had a lot of romance in it…Pick up this book and read it. You will love it.” —Tiffany from Once Upon A Twilight.com reviews on Edgewood
“At first glance Favorite is a story of a girl and her family learning to cope with loss. But at some point it morphs into a psychological thriller. It’s an unexpected but welcome turn that will leave readers on the edge of their seats.” —Jessica Harrison, Cracking the Cover
“This story featuring a strong protagonist who has mastered the art of being the new girl will appeal to girls who are fans of this genre.”–School Library Journal on Life on Hold