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Uncommon Emotions (Special Edition)

Uncommon Emotions (Special Edition) - Lynn Galli I came across this book while randomly searching amazon.com for something to read. It popped up in my recommended items, for which I am extremely grateful. This is definitely one of the better romance novels I have read in quite some time. The characters are likeable, well thought out and have a three dimensional feel to them. I found that it was easy to identify with a number of the emotions that Joslyn has to come to grips with, but it was refreshing to witness the character moving through them without falling apart. Another major plus in my book is the fact that both women are strong, smart and successful in their own right.

I would highly recommend reading this story! In the meantime, I’ll be looking for other Lynn Galli stories.

Product Description from the Amazon.com website:
“As a turnaround specialist, Joslyn Simonini spends her days analyzing corporate profit margins and trying to keep her likeness from being turned into a voodoo doll by company employees. If she does her job well, they often lose theirs. So, it comes as a surprise when she finds herself being kissed one day at work. She’s even more shocked to find out that the mysterious kissing bandit is a woman.

Not in the habit of kissing women, Joslyn tries to brush off the unintentional mistake. But before long, she’s forced to examine the rush of emotions that accompanied the kiss, especially when she meets Raven Malvolio. At first, she needs Raven to complete her analysis, but she doesn’t expect to need the friendship that Raven offers. When those friendly feelings escalate to something more, Joslyn’s confusion and underdeveloped emotional range might ruin her chance at a relationship that could surpass even her dreams.

Uncommon Emotions takes a look at how someone can think she’s happy with her life only to be surprised by the passion she’s yet to feel.”