|Author:||Michele VanOrt Cozzens|
|Title:||A Line Between Friends|
|Format:||lrf lrf mobi rtf|
|ePUB size:||1725 kb|
|FB2 size:||1962 kb|
|DJVU size:||1418 kb|
|Publisher:||McKenna Publishing Group (August 31, 2006)|
Michele VanOrt Cozzens brings the emotion home with the settings and the characters’ inner dialog.
A Line Between Friends book. Michele VanOrt Cozzens' first work of fiction. Michele Cozzens' A Line Between Friends captures-in heart-wrenching detail-the bittersweet passage of time, the memory of teenage love, and the necessity of growing up and accepting the choices we've made. I found myself cheering for Joel and Noelle, but I also wanted to slap some sense into them.
No current Talk conversations about this book. Was it because once in their long friendship they had crossed the line between friends and had a night of passion. more).
Michele VanOrt Cozzens is the author of I’m Living Your Dream Life: The Story of a Northwoods Resort Owner, The Things I Wish I’d Said, A Line Between friends, It’s Not Your Mother’s Bridge Club. McKenna Publishing Group). Irish Twins is her third novel and was released on August 15, 2010.
Award winning novel by Michele VanOrt Cozzens Can a man and a woman remain friends after each has married someone else? Award winning novel by Michele VanOrt Cozzens.
Michele Vanort Cozzens. A Line Between Friends. Sorry! This item is currently out of stock, but we’ll have it back soon. Her prior books are I'm Living Your Dream Life and The Things I Wish I'd Said.
Michele VanOrt Cozzens is the author of "I’m Living Your Dream Life: The Story of a Northwoods Resort Owner," and "The Things I Wish I’d Said. Book, Literary Fiction. Michele VanOrt Cozzens is the author of "I’m Living Your Dream Life: The Story of a Northwoods Resort Owner," and "The Things I Wish I’d Said. Invite friends to visit your profile on Booksie.
Paperback, 244 pages. This is author, Michele VanOrt Cozzens’ first work of fiction and is the winner of the 2006. McKenna Publishing Group Fiction Contest. A Line Between Friends is the story of a friendship spanning more than twenty years, until the day Noelle Moncada receives a terse, three-line letter from her friend, Joel Rolland, asking her to end all contact.