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Stitches and Scars by Elizabeth A. Vincent
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Aug 23, 12

Read from August 17 to 23, 2012

This is a cute story about falling in love and discovering yourself. What could you possibly do if you had a broken soul because of a past friend-love-that-didn’t-go-well ended? Could you trust yourself and the others? That is the main point made in this book: Kate (a photographer that has a gift when she is with a camera) has to discover what love really is and that she could be happy.

On the other hand, Ethan is a great doctor but his love life isn’t perfect: he just broke up with a crazy, manipulative girl (Cindy)! He is the reason Kate will believe she could be loved. I just think these two could have talked more before jumping to conclusions and/or feeling like they were less than what the other needed.

The other characters were great! I especially liked Trent and Elle (these two were perfect for each other and were funnier when they were together).

An e-copy of this book was provided by the publisher for an honest review, thank you!

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