On Common Ground

By Tracy Kelleher
(Harlequin, Mass Market Paperback, 9780373717620, 288pp.)

Publication Date: February 2012

Other Editions of This Title: Mass Market Paperback

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When Lilah Evans graduated from Grantham U, she was ready to leave college behind and change the world. Now, at a crossroads, she's doing something she never wanted to do: attending her ten-year reunion. And that means running into Justin Bigelow.

A decade ago, Justin was the big man on campus—Mr. Self-Involved himself. So why did he nominate Lilah for the Distinguished Alumni award? One thing that's clear this nostalgia-filled weekend, he isn't the partying jock she remembers.

What's also clear is that the attraction that used to simmer between them is now more intense—and impossible to ignore. With the stakes higher, do they finally have the courage to go for it?




About the Author

A graduate of Yale and Cornell, Tracy Kelleher is a former newspaper reporter, communcations director for a mediation organization in Central and Easter Europe, and magazine editor. Tracy quit her day job after she began writing for Harlequin. She currently divides her time between New Jersey and Australia.

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