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Safe Harbour by Danielle Steel
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Apr 14, 10

Read in March, 2010

I thought at first it was going to be one of those boring books but I took interest in the family problems which our society is confronted with. In one instance you have a widow with a teen child. The widow is wrapped up in her sadness. A divorced man, mopping over his loneliness, meets the widow by way of the widows teen daughter. He likes to paint harbour scenes and the teen enjoys learning how to paint. The slowly relationship grows and the children that were in between find steady happines.

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