Two young women meet at a Humane Society’s shelter. One is there because she has to be. The other because she wants to be. Suzanne Jericho let her anger get the better of her, with the end result being two hundred hours of community service. Chrissy Stein is working at a job that allows her to help her beloved animals. Jericho, as Suzanne prefers to be called, comes from a rough around the edges background. Chrissy comes from an uptight family that she doesn’t fit.
These two young women come from different backgrounds, but have a lot in common. They both love animals, their parents used to date, and they have both been hurt and used by their first girlfriends.
The attraction they both feel builds slowly, as does their friendship. Only time will tell if they will give the romantic feelings a chance to blossom into full blown love.
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Originally from west central Indiana, M.E. Tudor now lives in south central Kentucky with her partner, three grandchildren, three cats and an adorable dog. She has two grown daughters who also live in Kentucky and a total of eleven grandchildren, including her partner’s son’s four children. M.E. has lived in Florida, Texas and Colorado during different times of her life and her stories reflect her love of traveling, hiking, camping, and being outdoors in general.
She has an Associates Degree and Bachelor’s Degree from Western Kentucky University and works as a librarian.