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Beginner's Greek by James Collins

Beginner's Greek begins with twentysomething Peter Russell sitting on a plane thinking how he's always been sure he'd meet his soulmate on a plane. A beautiful young woman named Holly sits next to him and they fall into comfortable conversation with an obvious attraction. She leaves him with her phone number and dinner invitation. By the time Peter reaches his hotel, he's lost the slip of paper with her number. Over a decade later, Holly has come back into his life but she's married to someone else while Peter is engaged to a woman he cares for, but with whom he's not in love. All these years later, he's still in love with Holly. Fate takes twists and turns that open and close opportunities for the two of them to be together. James Collins' debut love about love and romance has received mixed reviews with BookPage saying, "Beginner's Greek is one of those books that both perfectly satisfies and leaves you wanting more."
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