Learning Curves
By Kimberly Leslie
May 1, 2006 - 7:23:00 AM

Jen firmly believes in the good no matter what.  She had no trouble protesting against companies who say they are helping people and the enviroment; when in fact, their hands are dirty.

When Jen's mother tells that her father's company was guilty of this, Jen is easily convinced to spying.  She signs up for a course under an alias to hide her idently from her father who she hasn't seen since she was a teen.  Jen is soon looking for evidence of corruption.
It wasn't that long though before Jen finds herself smack dab in the middle of parent against parent.  Toss into all of this chaos, a budding relationship developing between Jen and hunky Daniel, that may be turning into a serious relationship, or so she hopes.
Which parent should Jen believe?  Can she catch up for the lost time with her father?  Scandalous deals, jealous ex's and a non stop fast-paced story filled with love and drama makes LEARNING CURVES a must read!  The characters are so real you'd swear you know them and I found myself being pulled into the story from page one and couldn't put it down.  I'm looking forward to reading more from Ms. Townley, who is now on my auto-buy list!

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