*Release Blast* Everything She Ever Wanted by Liz Durano

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Audiobook Release: Everything She Ever Wanted
by Liz Durano

Genre: Contemporary Romance


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She’s smart, independent, and heartbroken.

He’s gorgeous, a bit rough around the edges, and too young …

But when a scheduling mistake lands them in the same place at the same time, can their fling turn into the real thing?

When her husband leaves her for a younger woman, transplant surgeon Harlow James finds herself alone, without family, and barely a career. So she trades the bright lights of Manhattan for the open roads and ends up at the Pearl, a sustainable home outside of Taos, New Mexico where she hopes to find out where she went wrong.

Instead, she finds the perfect man.

Too bad he’s too young for her …

Set amidst the enchanting landscape of Taos, New Mexico, Everything She Ever Wanted is a standalone contemporary romance that explores one woman’s search for the things that really matter, like love and family, and where losing her way is the best prescription to finding herself – and falling in love – again.


About the Author

Liz’s start in storytelling got its rocky start in 8th grade when the “play” she was writing landed her in the principal’s office for being a bit on the NSFW side. Since then, she’s done penance by writing romance and chick lit – with a dose of naughty on the side if you look hard enough. When she’s not writing about her muses, she maintains a private massage therapy practice in Manhattan Beach, California. She lives in a century-old house with her family, a Chihuahua, and way to man books.

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