Teeth in a Pickle Jar
Hand-in-Hand Publishing, 2005 - 250 Seiten
Life works in strange and unexpected ways. Just ask Megan. She divorced young and raised her daughter single-handedly while trying to be a dutiful daughter herself to her quirky and wacky Italian Mamma. Then, with the click of a computer mouse, her life suddenly changes. She meets a much younger man online. Their IM chats quickly morph into heart-to-heart talks and Megan discovers that the world, her world, is full of surprising twists of fate. Teeth in a Pickle Jar is full of humor, sweetness, love, laughter, and second chances.
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