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(Better Date than Never series, Book #3) It’s Valentine’s Day and Rachel Price has a choice: Stay home and watch TV with her loveable doggy or let her best friend, Ellen, set her up on a blind date. What to do…. Ellen says the guy is a “10,­” but the last guy she set her up with was a “–5.­” Rachel’s been flirting with coworker Noah Peterson and she’s hoping he’s noticed. Then, she finds out Noah has big plans. Even worse, he advises Rachel to go on the blind date! Should she play it safe and spend the Hallmark holiday with her loyal pooch, Chester, or risk another dating disaster by trying yet again for love?

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“Susan Hatler’s books make me laugh out loud while also touching my heart. She reminds me to focus on the joy in life right along with her characters!­” — Virna DePaul, National Bestselling Author on Love At First Date
Ellen may not believe in storybook love, but it’s about to rewrite her life . . .
Ellen’s figured out that finding the right guy is all about compatibility. That’s why she signs up for Detailed Dating—the local online dating scene in Sacramento. They ask men the hard questions, compare their answers with hers, then she filters through the profiles of each provided “match.­” After numerous email exchanges, she narrows it down to two promising candidates she’s excited to meet in person.
When Ellen’s best friend asks her for a favor, dog-­sitting leads to disaster and Ellen ends up at the local vet where she meets a man she can’t get out of her mind. Henry isn’t a logical choice, but she finds herself paying for dog obedience class to spend more time with him.
Ellen . . .

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Series : Book 1 of "Totally Fit"
Melanie Porter has been dumped—again. When others accuse her of “being in love with being in love,­” she agrees to let her best friend, Patti, step in and direct her dating life with The Boyfriend Bylaws. Rule #1: No giving out your phone number until approved to do so. Rule #2: Must obtain permission to accept any date invitation. Rule #3: No bringing up marriage, kids or the future. Rule #4: No going to first base without authorization. Amended Rule #4: No going to first base, or any other base, without authorization. Rule #5: No scribbling your first name with some guy’s last name. Ever. Rule #6: New rules may be added as Patti Hartley deems necessary. Memorize it, live by it, and happy dating!

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High school junior, Kylie Bates, can suddenly read minds. When she touches peoples hands, shes able to see their deepest thoughts. As if thats not freaky enough, her dad sends her to help hottie detective, Sam Williams, track down a missing girl. Way too much pressure, especially for a girl who cant watch Scream without getting nightmares. Then, finding the missing girl leads to much more than Kylies prepared for. Like discovering that her dad has been lying to her. That she has a family she never knew about. That the girls have powers similar to hers. Oh yeah, and that someone is out to get her. When the detectives teenage wannabecop cousin, Trip Williams, approaches Kylie at school insisting she help him solve the case, she discovers Trip might be the only one she can trust, and the only one to help her unravel the secrets behind her mysterious gift.

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(Better Date than Never series, Book #4) Kristen knows men hide things. Case in point, her last boyfriend turned out to be married. Just like anyone else, Kristen is devastated. However, since Kristen evaluates people for a living, her ex's duplicity has her searching for a new career, as well as swearing of men. Touring history museums with her sexy friend Ethan doesn't count, because he has a girlfriend, and has only shown friendly interest in Kristen. He even helps with her career counseling tasks. Although Kristen has a secret crush on Ethan, spending time with him is safe. Until she discovers he's actually single. Gasp. And now he's flirting with her, too. Suddenly, Ethan is way too dangerous. Not to mention tempting. Sure, he seems like sixty shades of perfect, but how's a girl with bad judgment supposed to detect what skeletons he has in his closet?

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