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    A well written novel of love, loss and rising from

    I received a complimentary copy of this book. This is my voluntary and honest review. An Arrangement is beautifully written, almost poetic in its flow of language. A bitter-sweet romance, inadvertently engineered by a manipulative, materialistic mother, who shows scant affection for her daughters, unless it is to her own advantage. I felt the depths of Claire's despair as she receives the news of her sister's condition, a despair that is compounded as a result of the losses she has experienced and the responsibilities being piled on her young shoulders. Bennie has been Claire's hero ever since she met him when she was 8 years old, and he rises to the occasion once again when she asks him to marry her, in order to gain access to her trust fund so that she can pay for Amy's treatment. Even though Benny had closed himself from relationships after being duped, he is nevertheless far more invested in the marriage than Claire, who is still in the young adult phase of her life, where the most important goal on her horizon is to to gain her college degree. However life, circumstances and the depths to which her mother will stoop, all force Claire to make some decisions regarding her way forward. Whilst the book is extremely well written, I did find it somewhat melodramatic and Claire is inclined to wallow in her misery, shutting out the one person who is willing to go all the way for her. I would have liked to give her a good shake, her mother a sharp slap in the face, and Benny a huge hug for being the pillar of strength that he is.
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