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Amy Hale
Amy Hale is a mother and wife living in Illinois, but fondly remembers her roots growing up in a small town in Oklahoma. Her husband and kids are the center of her universe, although her cat believes otherwise. She also loves reading, music, and photography.The author of Ulterior Motives and The... show more

Amy Hale is a mother and wife living in Illinois, but fondly remembers her roots growing up in a small town in Oklahoma. Her husband and kids are the center of her universe, although her cat believes otherwise. She also loves reading, music, and photography.The author of Ulterior Motives and The Shadows Trilogy, Amy started her writing career in 2003 with non-fiction and educational pieces, but decided to take the leap to fiction in 2014. Her whiteboard is full of crazy ideas and she's always plotting new projects. She's a hopeless romantic and adores all the various ways a love story can be told. Amy also loves mystery, suspense, and other action filled stories, so her goal is to blend the action with the romance and keep you on your toes.Learn more at www.authoramyhale.com
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J. Haney Author rated it 6 years ago
This was my first book by Hale and I can guarantee it won't be my last. Letters From Jayson was very well written. The plot was unpredictable and she had well-defined characters. The love/hate relationship in this Rom Com was just what it needed to be with their banters. I laughed out right more tha...
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BuckeyeAngel rated it 7 years ago
I t had almost been ten years since Jane saw her parents. She had been taken from the two people who loved her for who she really was. Colt had lost his dad recently and wasn’t doing to well with it. Then his boss Mike gave him a week off with pay more to save Jerry’s butt who was his coworker then ...
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Jessica's Book Thoughts rated it 7 years ago
Let me start by saying that by no means is this a "bad" book, I just thought it would be more "adult" than what it is. Even though these charters are 20ish years old, I really think I will appeal to a young adult audience. I liked Jane, the main character. She seems to be a well rounded, moral p...
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