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Window On The Bay
by Debbie Macomber

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Two divorced women start dating now that they are empty nesters. Both are not sure that they are ready to let love in. What happens to change their minds. Fast reading.

Emergency Contact
by Mary H. K. Choi

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This book was labeled as young adult fiction, but I genuinely think anyone who likes stories about college-aged people learning about themselves and connections with others. The story was told from the alternating perspectives. One belonged to college freshman Penny, who is quirky, but not in an annoying manic pixie dream girl way. Her voice was fresh, funny, and real. The other perspective belonged to 21 year old Sam. His voice was distinct from Penny's, and I enjoyed following their individual struggles, as well as the unique ways their stories intertwine. This book was a great beach read that I highly recommend to people of all ages.

7th heaven
by James Patterson

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mystery/thriller, suspenseful. it’s a woman’s murder club story with lots of twists.

Peppa's Mermaid Adventure
by eOne (Illustrator)

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Peppa and Rebecca had an idea to make under-the-sea party. They invited all their friends. Mommy Pig made delicious snacks for the party. Everybody was dresses in the underwater costumes and they had a great time swimming and dancing.

Marisol
by Gary Soto

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This book is a great book for anyone who loves to dance. It is an an American Girl doll book. This book is about Marisol Luna. Marisol loves to dance but her parents and her are moving to a town that does not have a dance studio. I turns out she becomes best friends with her neighbors daughter who is twenty-something who used to be a dancer. Her neighbors daughter makes a dance studio there so Marisol can still dance. I hope you like my book report

In Shock: My Journey from Death to recovery and the Redemptive Power of hope
by Rana Awdish

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It is always an experience when we get the experience of living on the other side of the tracks. The author did an excellent job of expressing what her experience was like when she wore the robe of a patient instead of that of a doctor. She had the experience of lying in a hospital bed and watching and hearing the treatments that patients get from their medical team. She was able to experience the coldness, insensitivity, the mistakes, the delays, dealing with attitudes and the attitude of being treated as a subject, as a bed #. She saw and heard, ego, self-satisfaction, nonchalant attitude from the medical team caring for her. This was an eye opener for her and made her determine in her heart that she would not display these attitudes in her practice.

Miracle Cure
by Harlan Coben

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it keeps you involved and reading. A suspenseful mystery thriller.

The Sound of Broken Glass
by Deborah Crombie

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This is book 15 in the Duncan Kinkaid/Gemma James series. In this book Duncan is on parental leave and Gemma has a temporary assignment as head of a murder investigation unit. Two similar murders with no apparent connection give rise to the theory that they may be serial murders. There are many twists and turns in the investigation that brings both James, Kinkaid and their sgts together to solve the case. I recommend this to those that like to follow mystery series of books with the same characters.

Summer Of 69
by Elin Hilderbrand

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1969 womens rights, woodstock , vietnam war, nantucket the moon launch ...the Levin family

The Wedding Dress Danielle Steel
by Danielle Steele

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Danielle Steele paints a portrait of life in America during the 1920,s through the cultural changes of the 60,s. She depicts four generations of women in one family, their motherhood, tragedies and victories. I would recommend this novel if you like historical fiction. For me it was inspirational, heartwarming, rich in detail and character driven. *****


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