Lie Down With Dogs

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Loi's been in Atlanta a longtime -- long enough to make it her home. She's forgotten a lot of old memories, but then, she's made so many new ones.

When Ronnie, her long-lost sister, turns up on her doorstep, trying to outrun the past and intent on securing a piece of Loi's "good life" for her own future, life gets difficult.

When Ronnie turns up dead, life gets...

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About Gail McFarland

Gail McFarland was once the girl known for never failing to get an 'A' in Honors English. Today, as proof that the smart can also be sassy, she is the published author of more than 100 short romantic confessions and short stories, numerous ebooks, and ten popular contemporary novels including:

BOUQUET with Roberta Gayle and Anna Laurence (BET/Arabesque)
DREAM RUNNER (Genesis Press)
DREAM KEEPER (Genesis Press)
ALL FOR LOVE (CreateSpace Books)
DOING BIG THINGS (CreateSpace Books).

Best known for her contemporary romantic novels, Ms. McFarland is a contributing member of The GA Peach Authors. Ms. McFarland is also a dedicated wellness/fitness advocate. She is currently an active fitness instructor, health coach, wellness consultant, and community health volunteer.

A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Ms. McFarland now makes her home and place of literary creation in Atlanta, Georgia.

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Also in Series: The Loi Cramer Journals

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Drako reviewed on on May 26, 2014

The author has done it again. Loi Cramer is back and drama just loves to follow her. From blackmailers who end up dead to their own stupidity to the return of her long lost sister, clearly Loi is meant to have an exciting life. This second book is every bit as well written and engaging as the first. Written from Loi's point of view, it's so interesting to read this and feel like it' s just a woman reflecting back on events in her life and gaining a little happiness in the end. For a woman in her sixties, she leads a life more exciting and dramatic than people in their twenties. I'd love to read the third installment in the series.
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