by Jackie Calhoun
Sam Thompson thinks her problems stem from an unrequited crush on her roommate, Nita Perez, until she and her best friend, Jamie Carpenter, are involved in a near accident while looking for Dr. Julie Decker. Sam and Jamie find themselves running for their lives, and everything pales in comparison to Sam’s fear except her newfound friend, Karen McGregor.
When Jamie turns to his aunt for help, Edie Carpenter arrives at the University of Wisconsin Madison campus hoping to solve Jamie’s problems and perhaps still have time to see the enticing Claire Bouveau again. When Edie takes Claire home, she gets much more than a cup of coffee. But Edie is an avid skier, and in Jennifer Gottshalk, she finds an equal.
Beloved author Jackie Calhoun, who has been telling stories for over twenty years, weaves a fast-paced, tangled story of passion and romance.
Just About Write
October, 2011: Calhoun is a master at knowing how to keep the pages turning, and she does a great job with Looking for Julie. She has given her fans a novel which combines romance, (complete with hot sex), mystery, student angst, and wonderful descriptions of the cross-country skiing scene. Looking for Julie is a great read. - R Lynne