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Days with Indigo
A pot of tea, a cozy fire, and a cardigan. This is all she wants, or needs, tonight. Chloe Adair settles into her chair, well-aware of the cold winds that blow outside. Her ever-faithful companion, Indigo, happily tends to her every need. Though the night is cold and dark, they have each other, always. Chloe opens her book, finds her place, and begins to read. Indigo pours ...more
Published 2010 by Black Bread Box
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Yes, I rated a book I didn't even finish. No matter how I try I can't think of anything nice to say about the writing and the plot. The dialogue is boring and I do not believe the author did much research into the main points of her book. The mother of the main character, Chloe Adair, is supposed to be suffering from a "mental disorder" that eventually leads to trying shock treatments. The only evidence of this mental illness was a scene where her mother was disoriented, everything else were jus ...more