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I Love You, Send Money

Jordan Alexander

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“A sassy, humorous, and gripping novel that had me wrestling with raw emotion. If you consider yourself smart and cautious, you need to read this book!” - Jackie Andrews

Ready for a wild adventure into online dating? I Love You, Send Money provides premium seating to get intimate with James and Alexis in this modern day fairy tale. The emotional rollercoaster brings new meaning to the saying: All's fair in love and war.

“Touching and sincere, this is an important story for all of us looking for love in the twenty-first century.” - John Ogden

About the Author
Canadian born and raised, Jordan left her hometown of Oshawa, Ontario to live in the wild west of Canada before heading down under to New Zealand twenty years ago. She has enjoyed working in operational and strategic roles in North America and Australasia, and is currently Managing 3 Director at Pangaea Consulting. Jordan engages in strategic and change projects, facilitates groups and enjoys coaching individuals. She now lives in Wellington with her two daughters. This is her first book. Visit jordanalexander.me for more details.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .What has made you decide this? Partial or full-time retirement? You seem to love your work – will you seriously be able to let it go? *  *  *  *  * Alexis considered how death left such a void in her heart. She had lost all her grandparents, but the first significant loss was her father. Even though he was an alcoholic, not having her dad was devastating. He was mostly a happy drunk, always making jokes and entertaining everyone around him. He was the €˜Everybody Loves Raymond€™ of the Croatian community. Unfortunately, he toasted one too many times and died of a pickled liver. Sclerosis at a mere fifty-six years young. In the end, the once-sturdy Rat Pack lookalike and his handsome force majeure became a superior farce. Jaundiced, slender, feeble and weak, he died in a hospital bed just after Alexis turned eighteen. The plot of land to bury him was purchased with proceeds from the sale of her Trans Am. The thre. . . Read More