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    More Women's Fiction than Romance

    A different kind of book. Meg makes a horrible mistake and has to learn to live with the guilt. Not a romance in the sense of the word, more a coming of age - middle age. I enjoyed the way Meg finally realized she was a person in her own right. I look forward to reading more of Ms Dowell's books
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    Another Day, The Struggles and the Joys

    This is the 4th or 5th story I've read by the author, Roseanne Dowell. This book offers more than romance to the reader. Real life is given a prose treatment that becomes a full-bodied, truthful story with layers and dimensions. Ms. Dowell has a way of getting into the heart of her protagonist and this read is no exception. You cannot help but root for the characters and feel their deepest yearnings and fears. You are driven to turn the pages until you find out what happens to them. And what happens is always satisfying. Brava, Ms. Dowell! You've done it again.
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    Life's Choices Can Make or Break You

    All of us have choices. And yes, sometimes, the choice we make can change the course of your life. For better or worse? Well, that's up to you. Another Day explores the consequences of one choice made by a woman. Definitely, it could have wrecked her life. Instead, she changes it into something that enhances it. Thought-provoking and poignant, any woman will relate to this story.
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