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A Potential Problem {Lily Gardner #1)

4.33  ·  Rating Details  ·  3 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
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Published June 3rd 2011
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Jun 09, 2011 Ribblefizz rated it it was amazing
Lily Gardner is precocious in all the right ways - Gifted and Talented program at school, obedient and well-mannered, kind and generous to her friends. But she's a bit sheltered too - so when her parents' divorce rocks the family's foundations, Lily finds out that maybe she's not *quite* as mature and capable as she, and everyone else, thinks she is.

Left mostly to her own devices as her parents pursue their own love lives and entertainments, Lily grows up WAY too fast, and soon becomes precociou
Katelyn (Tales of Books and Bands)
For such a short story, Jennifer Groepl tackled many touching, heart breaking issues. Anything from divorce, rape, to drug abuse is covered in this one of a kind story of a girl’s journey through a very tough moment in her young life.

When we were first introduced to the main character Lily, I had a hard time liking her. I found a lot of her actions unbelievable even though I could definitely understand where she was coming from. Finding out her parents are divorcing, watching her mom spend all h
Jun 12, 2011 Robyn rated it it was amazing
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I stayed up 'til almost midnight (wayyyy past my bedtime) because I had to know how it ended. Lily was a sympathetic character, this was a compelling story, I definitely recommend it. It's the first in a series, and I'm already impatient for the next one!
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Living in beautiful Southwest Florida, she spends most days glued to her computer, but also enjoys running, rollerblading, eating pizza and chocolate, watching Netflix, reading, and generally goofing off whenever possible.
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