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    Kim Stone it aint

    I loved the D I Stone novels, as plots developed, so did the characters. Expecting this to be just as rivetting I was sadly dissppointed. The main characters just were not convincing, and rather than reaing it in one go, I struggled to stick with it to the end.
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    The Forgotten Women

    Such a brilliant author ,I can't say enough it's about life in the raw and how no matter what side of the tracks we are from it's no different for . We are what we are and how we handle things as our life progresses .Its a must read I loved it !
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    The Forotten Woman

    What a rivetting story! I was hooked right from the beginning. Your characters are so believable, from the ones you think you hate, to the ones you love. Thank you Angela.
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    Wonderful, Inspiring story

    The Forgotten Woman by Angela Marsons is a work of fiction. My Synopsis: (No major reveals, but if concerned, skip to My Opinions) Two women. So different. When Kit and Fran meet, friendship seems unlikely, but they bond. One rich, one poor. One a lawyer, one an ex-prostitute. One straight, one gay. Yet their similarities bring them together. Both alcoholics. Both from a family filled with coldness. Both trying to find happiness. An abusive pimp, a domineering mother. Alcohol. The two women battle their demons, sometimes together and sometimes alone, and they both grow stronger, knowing their friendship is constant. They finally have someone in their corner. They each find love, but sometimes love of oneself must come first. My Opinions: WOW, simply amazing book. I love the Kim Stone series, but this shows the diversity and strength of Angela Marsons' writing ability. This is actually her debut novel, originally published in 2013 under the title “My Name Is”. Marsons tackled alcoholism, prostitution, a woman’s decision to accept her sexuality, and even a disabled child. She handled every topic with grace and integrity. But the book is about so much more. It is about friendship, and love, and family, and courage. It is a compelling read which will have you cheering for these women long after the book ends.
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    A fantastic read!

    I found it really hard to put this one down. I could never tell where the next twist or turn would take the main characters. Great story writing!
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