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Making Waves by Lorna Seilstad
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Nov 01, 2011

it was amazing
Read in November, 2011

I always love a book that holds your interest from beginning to end. This is one of those books. You cannot lay it down.

Marguerite Westling shows us how we sometimes love others so much, we lie to ourselves and make excuses instead of following after truth. Love of family can sometimes keep one from doing what they know to be right.

Roger Gordon had to control every situation to get what he wanted. In the end it led to his ruin.

Secrets don't stay buried. They usually always come to the light. But being truthful all the time isn't easy either.

Following one's heart is not always easy. Marguerite found that out after meeting Trip Andrews.

All through the book the thought "the truth shall set you free" prevails.

Marguerite makes waves just about everywhere she goes.

You will discover romance, danger, struggles with decisions, adventure, and the truth of bein
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