Length: 413 Pages
Available: eBook and Paperback
“Fiore proves herself to be a fantastic writer with this book. The writing is superb. She is able to pull the reader in and never let them go. She keeps you on your toes and you never know what’s around the corner. It’s not very often you can read a book and go “Dang. She can write.”– 5 Star Review from Avid Readers Amy Reviews
“Wow just wow. The story spans years and it is done brilliantly, it’s easy to follow and flows naturally through the years that it spans. The characters are some of my fav of the year so far….” – 5 Star Amazon Reviewer
“This book is just one of those reads that pulls you in from the word go and reduce you to tears in chapter one!!! The book will continue to pull at you from all ends as you read on.” – 5 Star Review from Bookhooked
L.A. Fiore is the author of several books including: Beautifully Damaged, Waiting for the One and A Glimpse of the Dream. She’s also the social secretary for her two children, a tamer of ill-mannered cats, the companion to one awesome dog and married to her best friend. She likes her wine red, her shrimp chilled and her social gatherings small and intimate.
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