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Agnes Treading Water

A dubious bride. A devious groom. More than one betrayal.  At thirty, small-town Swede Agnes Andersson is secure financially—insecure about everything else. And she’s disillusioned after a washout trip to Australia where she lost both her suitcase and her heart.

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The Good Sister

Fern life is all about routine. She works in a library, avoids loud noises, crowds, and bright lights. And she says it how she sees it. Fern isn’t interested in men, and knows she can never be a mum because

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A Midlife Holiday

Helen, Caro, and Kay have been friends for over three decades. At middle-age they’ve all found that life didn’t exactly turn out how they imagined. Helen who was the fun loving risk taker, lives her life on the sidelines, forever

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We Are Inevitable

This was my first Gayle Forman novel, and I must go check out her other titles. I loved this book. Again it was audio, ready by Sunil Malhotra. At the age of 18 Aaron Stein isn’t thrilled with his life.

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You and Me on Vacation

Though I know she’s well known, and much accomplished writer, this was my first Emily Henry Novel. This was another audio as well—read by Julia Whelan. When Poppy and Alex meet for the first time 12 years ago, it’s obvious

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Other Women

This was my very first Cathy Kelly novel, and having heard so much about her, I assumed and certainly wanted to love ‘Other Women’. This tale is three stories that weave together. Marin is happily married, or at least married,

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