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Romance, relationships topic of staff books

Christine Regan and Traci Bell, both human resources managers, have recently authored consumer books.

Regan and co-author Rebecca Murray Schuler, wrote I Love You Even Though … about male-female relationships. The book offers nearly 50 sarcastic insights on romantic rapport. “All the important relationship topics are covered:  lawn mowing, ESPN's SportsCenter, her propensity to collect shoes in varying hues of black and his ability to quote entire scenes from The Godfather but always forget three items on the grocery list,” says Regan.

The book’s target audience is women; publisher is Andrews McMeel Publishing, Kansas City.

Bell is the author of Entangled, a romance novel about a teacher who encounters an exiled prince who is searching for the woman that can help stop the disasters devastating his home province of Ennis, in his world of Caedmon. 

The book’s target audience is women ages 18-49. Publisher is Crescent Moon Press.

Posted on: Fri 01 April 2011

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