The Nick Of Time
Life Is More Than A Celebration
Newly divorced attorney Fiona Daniels is determined not to make the same mistake twice. Or wallow in self-pity. Instead, she decides to celebrate her newfound freedom at a divorce party, where she proudly unveils herself as a DFL (divorcée for life). It's a status that allows her to make the kinds of decisions she avoided in what has now become her past life. . .
But after one night with chef and restaurateur Nick Nathaniel turns into a series of increasingly passionate encounters, Fiona begins to wonder if she's made the right choice after all. Despite her insistence that their encounters add up to a non-relationship, a woman as smart as Fiona may still have some lessons to learn--about betrayal, forgiveness, and the redeeming power of love. . .
San Culberson has been an avid reader her entire life and feels privileged at the opportunity to share her imagination with others. She shops, writes, and lives in Houston, Texas.
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