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GH: Molly's Book on Amazon!
Topic Started: Nov 29 2012, 08:47 PM (1,192 Views)
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Love in Maine [Paperback]
Connie Falconeri (Author)

Release Date: March 26, 2013
As seen on ABC Daytime’s General Hospital, the delightful first novel from Port Charles’s Connie Falconeri. Whether you’ve been a fan of GH your entire life or simply love a romantic romp of a beach read, Love in Maine is simply unputdownable!

Maddie Post--outgoing, vivacious college athlete--does not belong in Blake, Maine. She does not belong in a riverfront diner catering to boat-builders, and she does not belong in sweet Janet Gilbertson's $200-a-month guest room. And Janet's dark and stormy son, Hank, back in Maine after 10 years as an active duty Army diver, isn't without his troubles, either. Quiet and brooding, he’s happiest working with explosives underwater: talk about pressure! For all their differences, when bubbly Maddie and cautious Hank start spending time together, it doesn't take long for the crackle of summer romance to grow into a blazing fire. They canoe and camp, watch movies and read paperbacks, fend off Maddie’s aggressive ex-boyfriend and encourage Janet’s blossoming romance with diner-owner Phil, and even spend a romantic weekend in Boston. Hank is softening up and Maddie is starting to feel more comfortable in her temporary home, but does this improbable couple belong together? And what happens to their relationship when Maddie heads back to college and Hank starts traveling the world again on a mysterious, possibly dangerous, assignment?

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Connie Falconeri hails from Bensonhurst, in Brooklyn, NY, where she had a colorful youth. After taking many years off to find herself, she’s back and better than ever. This is her first novel.

“Newcomer Connie Falconeri writes with the confidence of a novelist who’s been around forever, and she brings her charming characters to life with effortless imagination and breezy good humor.”
--Kate Howard, publisher of Crimson magazine

“Reading Love in Maine is like spending a fun afternoon with an old friend. It’s warm and witty, and the characters feel familiar from page one. It’s a perfect summer read.”
--Diane Miller, author of The Secret Life of Damian Spinelli

“Connie Falconeri puts so much personality into her writing – it’s almost like she has two personalities!”
--Ron Carlivati, Professor of Creative Writing, Port Charles University




http://www.amazon.com/Love-Maine-Connie-Falconeri/dp/1401324894/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1354220203&sr=1-1&keywords=Love+In+maine
Edited by Daytime, Nov 29 2012, 08:59 PM.
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So it looks like Connie steals Molly's book..lol
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"Relax nobody's having sex.... at least not yet"

Hate this storyline already.
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My reaction to current Y&R ...

I hate this storyline and I hate Molly. What a pointless character.
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