Romancing Livingstone

· E'Claire Books

About this ebook

 In Jennifer Seasons' new and hilariously fresh Take Me '80s series, retro has never felt so modern . . .

When his Reality TV star brother gets kidnapped while searching for a priceless relic in South America, introverted romance writer Boone Livingstone is the only one who can help.  Unequipped and unprepared, he sets off to save his brother, and soon discovers danger dogging his own life.  All alone in the Colombian jungle until he meets beautiful smuggler Nat Wilde, his only chance to safety and the thief of his heart, she convinces him to find the treasure before the bad guys do, to use to their advantage.  Now Boone's swept into the adventure of a lifetime with the woman of his dreams.  What's a nerdy novelist to do?  

About the author

Jennifer Seasons is a New England transplant. She lives with her husband and four children in the rural mountains of Massachusetts where she enjoys gorgeous views every day. A dog and several cats keep them company. When she's not writing, she can be found in her studio playing with vivid color.  Be it pastels for painting or acrylics on canvas; or even funky, chunky yarn for knitting and glazes for her hand-thrown pottery.  For Jennifer, it's all about self-expression through colorful creations.  She also loves spending time with her family outdoors exploring her beautiful adopted home state, practicing yoga, running, gardening, and lounging in her hammock under the trees with a good book and a homemade chocolate chip cookie-or three.

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