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Wherever You Go by Heather Davis
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Apr 09, 11

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Holly is a young girl that a very complicated life. As the main caregiver of her Alzheimer stricken Grandfather and her younger sister; shoe doesn� t have much time for herself. Also grieving the loss of her first love in an accident that almost claimed her own life. She may be finding herself with more than she can bare. When she begins to receive unwanted attention for her late boyfriends best friend; she finds herself questioning his motives. With the remainder of her peers blaming her for the tragic car accident that took her boyfriend it is hard to see why Jason has all of a sudden taken interest in her. As she begins to develop feelings for this young man; she will be left to question what kind of a future she really has to offer. [return][return]After my past two experiences with Heather Davis works; I was curious what I would find in this novel. I was intrigued to find that Davis soared above in this novel grabbing me by the lapels to drag me through this intense story about learning to love again. The emotional level of writing was not what I had come to expect from this author, and just goes to show that author grow over time. Davis is ready to take readers by storm in this novel. [return][return]
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Donya Alawneh its realy amazing :)


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