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Lush: A Memoir
Meet the author
Kerry Cohen
Disorderly Conduct
Meet the author
Mary Feliz
Gilded Summers
Meet the author
Donna Russo Morin

Jennifer Probst

Dear Reader,

This book is about change.

When I wrote my novel, Searching for Perfect, in the Searching for series, I created an older brother for my hero named Connor Dunkle. I had fun with Connor. For the first time, I didn't worry about trying to give a secondary character upstanding heroic traits, and I let him mess up a lot, taking on a bit of comic humor. Being a strong female, I was surprised that I created a man who seemed to have very little respect for the female gender.

When Searching for Perfect released, I was barraged by reader email requesting Connor's story. I was shocked. I had never imagined readers would even want a story for him. I told everyone politely, no, that wasn't going to happen. I never intended to write a story for Connor. I never would.

Time passed. Readers still asked. And suddenly, Mr. Connor Dunkle was bugging me about giving him his own HEA. When the opportunity came to write a novella for 1001 Dark Nights, I knew exactly what I needed to do.

Give Connor his book.

Readers inspired me. All of you believed in the ability to change and that became the theme of the book. I grew myself by writing this story. SEARCHING FOR MINE became a much more emotional journey than I anticipated. I hope I did justice to Connor and you, dear readers.

Now, for everyone new, please be assured this is a complete standalone book. There is no prior reading requirement and you can jump right in with no fear, even if you've never read a book in this series or by me!

If you do enjoy it, you may want to check out the others in the series.

I hope all of you receive everything you've been searching for, especially something you can call completely yours.

Or someone.

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