Title: So Much To Lose
With so much to Gain ~ There was so much to Lose
At age 29, Tarin Howard-Picardo was at her peak in attraction and fitness; she already married the man of her dreams, gave birth to a daughter and owned a luxurious home — but was it enough? Deciding to go back to college to get her degree, she meets good friends Rae and Ceeci and the three girls sign up for Foreign Culture which takes them on an adventure to the islands of Hawaii. Once there, Tarin liberates all her inhibitions and discovers not only the inviting Polynesian culture and fun in the sun in Waikiki, but Tarin finds trouble in Michael Capelli, age 19.
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Published by: Ardent Artist Books
Release Date: 2009
Genre: Adult Content, Contemporary, Free!
Formats: eBook & Paperback
"Lovely ~ I have no words for this besides awesome beautiful lovely wonderful and incredible one of the best books I've read in a long time I'm glad i found it."Anonymous
"True to life story, if only it could be true more often than not! Quick read and flows quite well"Anonymous
"Really makes you think about what you have to lose. Being a stay at home mom, like the character in this book, there is a lot. Very good!"Anonymous
"If I had known this story was only 62 pages long, I probably would have passed it over, however, I am glad that I read it. Having been a stay-at-home mom, I found this story to be an entertaining fantasy. Plenty of lust, friendship, and unconditional love for those of us who love a happy ending."kygrl3
"Short, but Good ~ I wasn't into the whole romantic story until this book. It was so cute and I even got a little teary at one point. One of those books that you are reading and yelling "no! it's [not] supposed to be like this..." at the same time. I just wish it was a little longer because I just wanted to keep reading. It's a good read if you want a cute love story in a short amount of time."Anonymous
"THIS WAS A GREAT BOOK, KEEPS YOU SPELL BOUND. THIS BOOK WAS WELL WRITTEN. I WOULD READ MORE FROM THIS AUTHOR. KEEP THE GREAT WORK UP"Anonymous