Love In Rewind

LOVE IN REWIND

Book 1
Tali Alexander Books Inc.
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Emily has the life every woman dreams of. At 29, she has two beautiful kids, a live-in nanny, housekeeper, cook, and every imaginable luxury in the posh Upper East Side townhouse she shares with her drop-dead gorgeous husband, Louis Bruel. His company, Bruel Industries, owns a big chunk of New York City’s most sought-after real estate, and together Emily and Louis embody the perfect hot fairy tale couple for ten happy years of marriage. 

But when Louis mysteriously starts pushing Emily away, becoming distant and secretive, she is forced to search for the truth among the lies, scandal and heartbreak of his past that threaten to shatter her world. What she finds out will test the strength of her love and her vows to the man of her dreams. 

Can Emily and Louis rewind far enough back to a time when life was simpler and love was all they needed? Follow their story with the help of some of their favorite songs from the 80’s to discover just how deep and how far love will go.
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About the author

Tali Alexander is a Jill-of-all-trades—married mother of three, doctor of pharmacy by day and romance novelist by night. Tali has fulfilled her passion of writing with her debut romance novel LOVE IN REWIND (first book in the Audio Fools trilogy). Since its debut, fans have embraced the unconventional love story of Emily and Louis Bruel making LOVE IN REWIND #1 on Amazon Kindle charts. With an increasing demand from her fan base for the next installment, Tali has recently released the next story in the LOVE IN REWIND trilogy…LIES IN REWIND. Tali’s fans will finally get their third and final book in the series titled, LOST IN REWIND, out now!!!


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Publisher
Tali Alexander Books Inc.
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Published on
May 20, 2014
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Pages
368
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ISBN
9780996052900
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Language
English
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Genres
Drama / Women Authors
Family & Relationships / Love & Romance
Fiction / Contemporary Women
Fiction / Erotica / General
Fiction / Jewish
Fiction / Romance / Contemporary
Fiction / Romance / Erotica
Fiction / Romance / General
Fiction / Romance / New Adult
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