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Interview Today with Lynnette Austin Author of "Can't Stop Lovin' You"

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I owe Lynnette a HUGESorry!!!When I originally ran this review I slaughtered her name royally.  I can’t say sorry enough times.  I had it right but where it counted in the title.  So this my way of apologizing by rerunning it so you the reader can get it right and for sure I can too.  I found it do to a computer malfunction and now I feel blessed it did.  J  Here you go…  
Can you believe it?Lynnette AustinShe’s here!!!

Rad-Reader:  Why did Brawley really break up with her in the first place? 

Lynnette:  Brawley’s reasoning is really three-fold. First, he was nineteen years young. Second, when he hit college, a whole new world opened to him. Having been raised in a small, small town, he found the opportunities nearly overwhelming. His biggest reason, though? Concern for Maggie. She wanted to be a fashion designer. She wanted to attend school for this. He believed she’d give up her dream to be with him, and he didn’t want her doing that.
Rad-Reader:  Why did Brawley stay away so long befor…

See What's Free On Amazon For Your Kindle: Happy 4th Of July

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Look What’s Free on AmazonBooks!(for your Kindle)

Happy 4th of July!!!Keep it safe :)

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Loving Her by CM Hutton3.9 out of 5 stars(45) Kindle EditionFree
Boring, but completely gorgeous. That was my first impression of him. My next two thoughts were ‘pompous ass’ and ‘cocky jerk.’ And, I had the glorious pleasure of sharing a table with him for the entire night. He didn’t speak, didn’t grunt….he just nodded and stared. If I weren’t taking my bosses place at this dinner, I’d have found another place to sit and escape Rylan Daniels. 

‘Absolutely beautiful’ was what I thought when I found her at my table at the Ad Execs quarterly dinner. She wore a black strapless dress and exuded confidence from every part of her. I nodded to her, but didn’t speak. I really didn’t have much to say anyway. 
I couldn’t quit staring and had to excuse myself at one point to stand across the room and watch her. It was a strange, unwelcome feeling I was having about this stunning woman. 
It had been five y…