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Exactly Where They'd Fall

Laura Rae Amos

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Jodie and Amelia were almost sisters once, before college degrees, careers, and grown-up love entered their lives. Before Jodie's brother broke up with Amelia. After so many disappointments, Amelia is finally happy. Or something like it. She's given her love and trust to her best friend, Drew, who is sweet, sensitive, loyal, and everything she's always wanted. She's calculated the perfect path to inner peace and healing by surrounding herself with people who would never break her heart. Jodie hates that all her friends are pairing up to begin their futures. She hates dating, hates romance in general. She hates that she can't forget one night, a year ago, which Drew doesn't seem to remember the same way. Everyone is moving on without her, but that's fine, because she never needed anyone in her life anyway. "Never" has a way of proving itself wrong. With vivid characters, generous doses of humor, and palpable emotion, Exactly Where They'd Fall is a story about three friends forced to explore the complicated and fragile bonds of friendship and love. Fans of heartfelt, witty literary fiction, and smart women's fiction will enjoy this charming and honest debut.

Laura Rae Amos, 9780615696072, 304pp.

Publication Date: September 23, 2012



About the Author

Laura Rae Amos is a Michigan native now living near Washington DC with her charming husband and tornado of a little boy. After studying creative writing at the University of Toledo, she moved to the suburbs of Detroit to have a baby instead of an MFA. She is a blogger, web-fiction writer, poet, occasional musician, photographer, dabbling artisan, and all around creative distraction. When not writing, she loves to read, take photos, climb mountains (okay, little ones...), go on road trips, play guitar, draw, and build elaborate neighborhoods for her Sims. Laura writes kooky and emotional relationship dramas (about people who do questionable things in bathrooms), character-rich stories that are often tragic, usually witty, sometimes poignant, and a little bit crass. She has nineteen books in her head and needs to learn to write faster. Or else focus. Visit her at LauraRaeAmos.com, or chat on Twitter @LauraRaeAmos.