Reconcilable Differences

Genre: Romance
$2.99

For Fans Of

Kristin Hannah, Susan Wiggs, Jojo Moyes, Freya North, Jane Green, Sharon Struth,

Book Summary

Kate is a survivor.

Fifteen years after her breakdown, Kate has built a successful career as a family mediator, specializing in couple’s reconciliation. In fact, she’s about to receive a prestigious award for her accomplishments.

Her latest mediation brings together a young couple on the brink of divorce, and only Kate’s expertise and sensitivity can save them. It also, unexpectedly, reconnects her with former lover Simon Sharpe, who represents the high and the low points of her life, uncomfortably forcing her to revisit her difficult and painful past.

Still haunted by her unrequited love, Simon’s reemergence in Kate’s life exhumes memories of trauma and heartbreak, along with unwanted feelings of insecurity and self-doubt she believed were long resolved. As Simon and Kate steer their feuding, secretive clients towards reconciliation and navigate their confusing past, their own relationship reignites and takes them on an unexpected path.

Testimonials

5.0 out of 5 stars A Must Read, Second Chance Romance
Karen Galloway 2 January 2018
“Reconcilable Differences” is a really great book from M. A. Clarke Scott and is the first in the “Having It All Series”. I enjoyed this book as it has a really enjoyable story that just pulls you in and you can’t put it down. I loved the characters, Simon & Kate, who are well written and likeable and have great chemistry and interaction. They really kept me engrossed in their story. This is an Entertaining, Emotional, Must Read Second Chance Romance that I would definitely recommend to anyone. I voluntarily reviewed an arc of this book. Looking forward to reading much more from M. A. Clarke Scott

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About the Author

Get M A's newsletter and never miss a new release! Receive FREE short stories and bonus reads by signing up at www.maryannclarkescott.com. Download today- Birdwatching, Interrupted, Reconcilable Differences Deleted Scenes and a sample preview of her latest release Disruption by Design.

M A Clarke Scott is a Chatelaine Grand Prize winner for The Art of Enchantment, first in the Life is a Journey series of romantic women’s fiction about young women abroad who discover themselves and fall in love while getting embroiled in other people’s problems. Reconcilable Differences and Disruption by Design in the Having It All series about career women in Vancouver struggling to balance the challenge and fulfillment of work with the search for identity, love, family and home. She also loves to weave dramatic relationships into steampunk and cyberpunk adventures.

She’s been a telephone operator, a dental hygienist, an architect, a gerontologist and an education savings advisor. When not writing, she meditates while hiking wooded mountain trails, does yoga and Pilates to fend off decrepitude, reads eclectically, contemplates wormholes, experiments with painting abstract expressionism, kills plants and tries not to burn dinner. Clarke Scott lives in beautiful Vancouver, Canada with two large men and three small mammals, all of them hairier than she. Although she knows she lives in Paradise, she still loves traveling the world in search of romance, art, good food and new story ideas.

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