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If Not For You
by Debbie Macomber

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If not For You by Debbie Macomber Format: Paperback Genre: Light romance Plot: Beth, a piano teacher at high school, has made a living for herself far away from her dominating mother. She is cultured and plays the piano like a fast flowing river. She is set up on a blind date with a neighboring mechanic, Sam. The date is disastrous as expected, but while they drive off from the dinner, Beth suffers a dreadful accident. Since it all happens in front of Sam, he feels obligated to be there for her during her strenuous stages of recovery. They are polar opposites. She is cultured, he is uncouth. She is trained in an esteemed music school, he taught himself to play the guitar squeezing time to practice while meddling with cars. But they clicked! Wait till elite mommy dear hears of this guy in her daughter's life. Stars: A romantic 4 stars from me.

The Boy
by Tami Hoag

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The boy, he and his mother new comers to this small Louisiana town, is murdered. Through this murder mystery, the author leads the reader to consider what drives behavior; pursuit of power, control, love, truth and the motives that influence choices adults make and the impact these choices make on their children.

The Refugees
by Viet Thanh Nguyen

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Amazing collection of short stories by a powerful writer.

Forever Amber Brown
by Paula Danziger

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Loved the book.Amber Brown has adventures i love.

I Hate Bullies
by Hans Wilhelm

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i like it

Wildest Dreams
by Robyn Carr

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This story was very good and was somewhat of a tear jerker.I loved it when Blake "tried" to help out as this was a nice touch.

Beatrix Potter’s Gardening Life
by Marta McDowell

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An insightful view into the Beatrix Potter’s garden philosophy, watercolors, and naturalism depicted chronologically and through the seasons.

The Shack
by William Paul Young

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good for those who like religious books

Never Take A Shark To The Dentist
by Judi Barrett

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Cute and funny

A Gentleman In Moscow
by Amor Towles

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This is a historical fiction to own in one's personal library. The early 1920's, in Moscow, during Russia's political changes, Count Rostov is put under house arrest, for life, in the luxurious hotel in which he had been residing as an aristocrat. The author shares with the reader the Count's thoughts and reflective tangents as this man of privilege acclimates to his life of confinement. Count Rostov takes control of his circumstances, nurtures relationships within the hotel community for the good of others.
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