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The Fall of Candy Corn (Sweet Seasons, #2) The Fall of Candy Corn by Debbie Viguié
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“That's the problem with life. It rarely gives you neat decisions wrapped up in shiny paper with a bow on top. Most of the important decisions in life are messy.”
Debbie Viguié, The Fall of Candy Corn
“Fall, like the season, like right now. Fall is the transition period between summer and winter. Summer is fun and carefree and cheery. Winter is also beautiful, but it's harder, not as carefree. You're no longer a child, and you're not really an adult yet. You're going through a transition, just like the seasons.”
Debbie Viguié, The Fall of Candy Corn
“You can't recapture your past anymore than you can speed up your future. Stop lamenting summer and stop trying to hurry winter. Just enjoy the fall.”
Debbie Viguié, The Fall of Candy Corn
“It's nine thirty as night, and it's still eighty-seven degrees outside. Besides, this is Southern California. When God makes it snow here, it's not a plan; it's a miracle.”
Debbie Viguié, The Fall of Candy Corn

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