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Salting Roses by Lorelle Marinello
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Sep 15, 2011

really liked it
Read from September 15 to 16, 2011

This was a nice light-hearted read. Gracie has just found out that she is not the unwanted baby left on her mother's uncle's porch but a multimillionaire heiress who was kidnapped 25 years ago. Growing up, people with money never treated Gracie right, and so she has learned to view money as something which can bring no good.

Along with the news of her newfound fortune is Sam, the man who delivered this life changing news. Now Gracie must find herself again and come to terms with all the secrets the people she loved the most have kept from her.

I loved Gracie's character because she felt to true to life. Some of the supporting characters were hard to get a read on, and some I was supposed to like I didn't really. (view spoiler)

I almost wish there had been less characters to deal with because most of them were not developed enough and didn't add much to the story the way a few more well developed characters could have. Overall, I enjoyed this book.

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