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Linda Bishop Foley
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Even Lee Ann Gardinier's sisters can't keep pace with her as she careens through relationships, marriages, and places of employment while she desperately seeks that which has eluded her thus far: a sense of peace and the happiness and fulfillment that is derived from finding true love. Secrets and wounds from her past, fueled by hasty and unwise decisions, continue to ...more
Paperback, 186 pages
Published December 31st 2013 by Balboa Press
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Kris
Jun 22, 2014 Kris rated it liked it
The writing style of 'A Suitcase Tale' was good and the book was easy to read. The story focuses around Lee Ann Gardinier who has made several poor marriage and boyfriend choices over the years. Throughout the book Lee Ann begins to realize that jumping into a relationship isn't necessarily the best thing to do and therefore begins to mature and ready herself for a lasting relationship.

'A Suitcase Tale' is an easy, and short read. There are a few places throughout the book where the author makes
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Pinky AndThe Brain
Mar 13, 2014 Pinky AndThe Brain rated it really liked it
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A well written and entertaining page turner. Poignant, humorous, and relevant, I would recommend this novel to anyone who enjoys a good novel in the more literary fiction genres. Seems to be the second part of a trilogy focusing on three sisters. I look forward to the third novel, and will indeed read the first.
Lynnski
I would definitely consider this a "feel good" kind of book. It is the 2nd in a series and isn't normally my type of book (faith plays a large role), however I really enjoyed the story and am hopeful that there will be a 3rd book to learn more about the other sister.
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