The Au Pair

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As Seraphine mourns the loss of her father, she comes across the first picture ever photographed of her family. However, it leaves her with more questions than answers. A twin to Danny, Seraphine finds that the photo she has just discovered only contains her mom, older brother Edwin, her dad, and a newborn baby, which …

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Once Upon a River

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After what has felt like weeks of reading Once Upon a River, I am finally finished with this intricate story. Although I want to say I am in love with this Diane Setterfield piece, I am only “in like” with it. To be completely honest, on page 60 something, I texted my friend confused out …

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Clock Dance

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Before my first date with Josh, I knew I was interested in him. However, he had not really paid much attention to me. In fact, I was headed on a blind date the first time he ever really texted me and asked questions of true interest. Headed to that blind date and the whole time …

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Where the Crawdads Sing

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“I wasn’t aware that words could hold so much. I didn’t know a sentence could be so full.” It took me a bit of time, but on page 103 I fell in love with the use of two sentences written by Delia Owens. Prior to those words, I was intrigued by Where the Crawdads Sing …

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Beyond the Point

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“Maybe Faith was having the humility to scream at God and the audacity to get up off the floor.” There’s something about true, deep struggle that will unite a group of people together for life. If you make it multiple struggles, that connection only deepens. Beyond the Point by Claire Gibson brings together three unlikely …

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The Proposal

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The Proposal is exactly what you would expect. Just reading the synopsis on the back, I had a good idea what the rest of the book would entail, and I was not wrong. Set in California, Nik, a freelance writer, is required to overcome the obstacles of becoming the news of the town after rejecting …

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Journey Into Power

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I’ve had the privilege and the requirement to read several books within the last few months that I would never pick up on my own. From The War of Art, to Thank You for the Feedback, to Journey into Power, my mind has absorbed facts, motivation, and purpose in new ways. Some of these books …

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