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    Uplifting, Absorbing, and Delightfully Inspiring!

    The Girl I Used To Know is a heartwarming story that immerses you in a tale about letting go of the past, embracing the future and discovering one’s true self at any age. The prose is effortless and fluid. The plot is a wonderful blend of heart, humour, and hope. And the characterization is spot on with a memorable cast of characters, including two strong, determined, resilient women who learn through compassion and friendship how to move on, find true happiness and be unconditionally loved. The Girl I Used To Know is, ultimately, a story about life, love, loss, dreams, heartache, infidelity, family, and romance. It is a beautifully written, beguiling novel by Hogan that highlights just how meaningful and powerful friendships can truly be.
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    Enthralling

    An imaginative and engaging story of two people of completely different backgrounds living in the same house for many years finally becoming best friends.
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    Old wounds and new beginnings …

    A beautiful story of two women living under one roof – albeit Tess is a sitting tenant living in the basement and Amanda is the lady of the rest of this rather splendid, Georgian house. Neither are happy, and both feel locked into lives that leave them feeling lonely and unfulfilled for very different reasons. You will find yourself drawn into their respective lives and hoping that, somehow, they will both find what they are looking for; can Amanda learn to love herself and can Tess ever let go of the past? Sometimes you need to stop looking back on your life and focus on looking forward. Change is daunting but when you are unhappy do you really a choice? Heart-warming, poignant and uplifting. And you will find yourself smiling at some of the antics and the conflict of personalities involved. A fabulous read!
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    BarbGreat

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book the characters are tremendous and strong
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    Riviting

    I loved reading this book so much that it was hard to put it down when sleep called. Such a lovely well written story so sorry when it ended.
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