A Beautiful Young Woman Banished from Home.
Abigail Stutzman thought it was bad enough being dropped at the nearest bus station and sent to live several states away with some relatives she’d never even heard of, much less met. But now, just a week after her arrival in Jamesport, Missouri, she finds herself at the scene of a barn fire. An intentional barn fire. And all fingers are pointed at her. She’s desperate to prove her innocence and protect her reputation, but nobody’s making that easy to do. And God certainly doesn’t seem willing to help.
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It’s always been a loaded word for Maude. And when she is given a senior photography assignment—to create a portfolio that shows the meaning of family—she doesn’t quite know where to begin. But she knows one thing: without the story of her birth mother, who died when Maude was born, her project will be incomplete.
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The Lost Art of Second Chances
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Will her grandmother’s secret lead to Lucy’s second chance at love?
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Thank you to Ian at BookBlogger Central and Corazon Books for my copy of this novella.
A lovely feel good holiday romance novella, perfect for reading in one or two delicious sittings. A nice, easy read with likeable characters, to get you into the holiday mood for this summer.
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One Day follows the story of two individuals, Emma and Dexter, over the course of twenty years. However, it tells the story of their relationship only by narrating the events that occur on one day, July 15th, from 1988 to 2007. So this book is a story that takes place over a period of twenty years, but tells the story of 20 days.
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Genre: Adult | Contemporary Romance | Sports | Humor
Series: Rugby #2
Read Count: 1
Published: April 12th, 2016
Pages: 326 pages
Average Rating: 4.27 stars
My Rating: 5 Kisses
With Penny Reid’s brilliant sense of irony and flamboyant characters combined with LH Cosway’s insurmountable skill with the pen and humor, this collaboration was doomed to flourish from the beginning…and it has!
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