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  • Dreams of Falling

    Another fantastic book! Just love the way she writes!

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  • Wonderful Southern Fiction

    Family secrets and drama are something every family experiences. Larkin ran from her hometown and family to escape all that but when she is pulled back due to her mother being in the hospital she starts to realize that her memories may not be quite so spot on. What she thinks she remembers may not be the entire truth, there might be more to her family that she was never aware of, and there are friendships she left behind that might have more to tell. I loved that the friends she ran from still had open arms welcoming her home as if she had never left. The family that she left doesn’t push her to stay just work on reminding her what she was missing and why she shouldn’t leave again. Dreams of Falling is a story rich with family history. The history starts with Margaret, CeeCee, and Bitty and their amazing friendship. Add Ivy, Margaret’s daughter, to that history a few years later and the story just gets more interesting. Then Ivy has a daughter, Larkin, and you have three generations of wonderful, strong, and smart women. The thing with history is that there are secrets kept, hidden, or needing to be forgotten. I am a Karen White fan and recommend this wonderful Southern fiction story.

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  • Six Hours of My Life I'll Never Get Back

    So while her mother lies dying in hospital, the main character is actively pursuing an old high-school crush just to pump her ego. She goes on dates, she goes shopping, she goes to the beach to get a little colour so she looks better. She gets all dressed up to go dancing with her friends. all this not a bit odd or is it just me? And the back story is just as odd. A man puts aside the woman he desperately loves and marries his brother's pregnant girlfriend to preserve her societal honour who just also happens to be the love of his life's best friend. Royalty in Victorian England you think? Nope, try 1950's South Carolina. Smh.... Although this author usually hits the ball out of the park, in my opinion she struck out on this one.

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