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This Fragile Life by Kate Hewitt

"If you want a story that will make you think and cry, that will force you to ask yourself 'what would I do if.', then you'll like This Fragile Life." KATE HEWITT on THIS FRAGILE LIFE

My current FAVE author ... Barbara O'Neal: "The Lost Recipe of Happiness"  (Best-seller)  & "The Garden of Happy Endings"

Another pinner said: My current FAVE author . Barbara O'Neal: "The Lost Recipe of Happiness" (Best-seller) & "The Garden of Happy Endings"

this is probably one of the best books I have ever read.  Disturbing. You will think about it for weeks after reading it

Nineteen Minutes

Nineteen Minutes Jodi Picoult's best novel and most riveting book yet, with a startling and poignant story about the devastating aftermath of a school shooting told through the eyes of many characters:students, mothers, police, the shooter.

Last Call for Summer Reading: 9 Books You'll Kick Yourself for Not Picking Up…

OFF The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins The New York Times Bestseller, USA Today Book of the Year, soon to be a major motion picture. Nominated for the 2016 Holden-Crowther Book Award.

Something Blue by Emily Giffin,http://www.amazon.com/dp/0312323867/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_M7xxsb1DSTCQA8ZF

Something Blue - Emily Giffin May 2012 **** Helped me like Darcy's character a little more!

Becoming Chloe: Catherine Ryan Hyde: Amazon.com: Kindle Store

Becoming Chloe: Catherine Ryan Hyde: Amazon.com: Kindle Store

QUESTION: How did you come to write your new book The Saints of the Lost and Found?  T. M. Causey: One of the odd surprises of my life is that the thing you never expect to hit is the thing that hits, and in so many ways, that’s what happened with Bobbie Faye. She was fierce and fun, and I loved giving my humor a wide field in which to play, from subtle to sarcasm, from irony to near slapstick (oh, who’s kidding, tons of slapstick).

Causey (Toni McGee Causey): The Saints of the Lost and Found

When I started out to write “The Christ­mas Gift,” I quickly real­ized that set­ting a story dur­ing the mad rush of the hol­i­days takes more than “ver­bally” toss­ing in a few strands of tin­sel and call­ing it good. It’s also more than pip­ing in Christ­mas car­ols wher­ever my hero and hero­ine hap­pen to be in the story.

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Never Knowing by Chevy Stevens - definitely in top 5 books I've ever read.

Never Knowing by Chevy Stevens - Easy read, page-turner. About an adopted woman who looks for her birth parents. Unfortunately, her father ends up being a serial killer, and she has to help the police stop him.

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