ONE LESS PROBLEM WITHOUT YOU by Beth Harbison

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The thing I love about Beth Harbison’s novels is more often than not, before you even crack a page, you’re enticed by the delicious covers. Remember the cupcakes on the covers of IF I COULD TURN BACK TIME and WHEN IN DOUBT ADD BUTTER? Check out this lovely martini, or is it a cosmo on the cover of ONE LESS PROBLEM WITHOUT YOU (ST.MARTIN’S)? I don’t know about you, but I think I’d like to drink, at least, one right now.

ONE LESS PROBLEM WITHOUT YOU brings three women together who would rather “be lonely alone, than lonely in love.”

Prinny owns Cosmos, a Washington DC  area shop that sells crystals, potions, candles and lots of hope. They also offer romance and heal a lot of broken hearts.

Chelsea wants to be an actress, but works as a living statue, while working part-time at Cosmos. It’s safe to say…

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