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Tears And Tequila : a Novel

Author: Linda Schreyer; Jo-Ann Lautman
Publisher: Westport, CT : Easton Studio Press, 2014.
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Joey Lerner has been running, from place to place and job to job. Now, at 32, she's running from her home in New York City, where the last surviving member of her family has died, to Los Angeles, where she hopes to start over. Never one to follow the rules or take the obvious path, and thanks to her grandfather's hands-on training, Joey gets herself hired as the 'handyperson' at a funky community center owned by an  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Linda Schreyer; Jo-Ann Lautman
ISBN: 9781935212287 1935212281
OCLC Number: 946627320
Notes: Title from resource description page (Recorded Books, viewed April 11, 2016).
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Chapter Thirty-oneChapter Thirty-two; Chapter Thirty-three; Chapter Thirty-four; Chapter Thirty-five; Chapter Thirty-six; Chapter Thirty-seven; Chapter Thirty-eight; Chapter Thirty-nine; Chapter Forty; Chapter Forty-one; Chapter Forty-two; Chapter Forty-three; Chapter Forty-four; Chapter Forty-five; Epilogue; Linda's Acknowledgments; Jo-Ann's Acknowledgments; About the Authors; Copyright.
Responsibility: Linda Schreyer and Jo-Ann Lautman.

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Joey Lerner has been running, from place to place and job to job. Now, at 32, she's running from her home in New York City, where the last surviving member of her family has died, to Los Angeles, where she hopes to start over. Never one to follow the rules or take the obvious path, and thanks to her grandfather's hands-on training, Joey gets herself hired as the 'handyperson' at a funky community center owned by an Australian surfer. Soon, the job of leading a Grief Group of young widows and widowers falls into her lap. The problem is - Joey hasn't yet healed from her own losses. Over the next nine months Joey and the Grief Group journey from death to life, together and alone. Along the way, Joey discovers the work she was born to do. Tears and Tequila is a story of love, loss, friendship, courage and, most of all, renewal; it tells of the healing that happens when you become part of a community in which everybody is missing someone.

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