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The Girl in the Glass
With lingering angst from her parent's divorce, Meg Pomeroy is hopeful that a trip with her father, Nick, to Florence, Italy will provide some much needed healing. But when he's a no show, the fresh disappointment surprisingly dissolves as the art and architecture of the city beckon Meg to look for a new life.

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Shadows on the Sand
A cafĂ© owner with a painful past loses two employees under mysterious circumstances. When she seeks the help of an ex-cop with his own tragic past, they discover dark secrets, hidden motives—and love.

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Appearances Can Be Deceiving
by Phronsie Howell (@PhronsieHowell)

The Orphan King is Book One in the "Merlin's Immortals" series. Follow Thomas as he discovers who he is and who he was meant to be. But be cautious, there are those who want to make sure he never fulfills his destiny! Will the ones he travels with be allies or enemies? The knight, the pickpocket, and the girl; are they all what they appear to be or will they prove to be more?

The Orphan King may be written for young adults but I enjoyed every bit of it. enjoyable for me... [Read On]

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