Apples & Oranges (This & That Series, book 2)

Marisol Vargas thinks relationships are bad, and remaining unattached is good. But now all of her friends are married with kids, and she's starting to feel lonely. All it takes is a broken down car and a hot Greek mechanic with a serious attitude problem to see that the grass really may be greener on the other side. More

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Words: 70,990
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310260551
About Brooke Moss

Author Brooke Moss writes contemporary romance, contemporary women's fiction, new adult, and fantasy young adult novels. She prefers her books filled with romance, whimsy, and just enough humor to put a smile on her reader's face. Escapism is her bag, baby, and she loves providing her readers with plenty of it.

Brooke lives in beautiful eastern Washington state with her handsome, nerdy husband, and their five adorable/silly/wicked children. She is an avid ASD advocate, who loves to share her experiences with anyone who will listen. (To learn more about Autism related disorders, check out http://www.autismspeaks.org)

Some of Brooke's hobbies...other than writing delicious stories...are reading (is anyone surprised?), cartooning, watching movies with her adorable hubby, chasing playing with my children, & traveling with her family. She lives to change the color of her hair, collects eyeglasses, has a constant struggle with her weight happening at all times, and consider herself a connoisseur of cheese. (Hence, the aforementioned weight problem.)

Brooke's books are written to make you laugh, make you cry (sometimes), make you think, and maybe even touch your heart. It is her pleasure to share her stories with each of you. To contact Brooke.....try brooke@brookemoss.com or brookemosswriter@gmail.com. She looks forward to hearing from you. To quote Brooke: "Getting reader mail is like cupcakes sprinkled with unicorn fairy dust. True story."

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