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Average rating: 4.44 · 57 ratings · 29 reviews · 2 distinct works
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Jennifer Brown's Journey by Angie Langley
"A wonderfully written book. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this "
Jennifer Brown's Journey by Angie Langley
"I was sent a copy of this book by Angie to read - so thank you so much Angie! The story totally gave me Bridget Jones vibes throughout! Jennifer was such a funny protagonist - self-deprecating, sweet and fun. The comedy was really well written and..." Read more of this review »
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"I wasn't quite sure what to expect with this book as chick lit seems samey after a while. However I was pleased to discover that the main character has depth and intelligence!
The book is really well written. I'd recommend it. "
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“God, love is shit! You think you’ve cracked it, found someone, then it’s snatched away. Life moves on but you don’t. It looked like my own Prince Charming was turning into an ugly frog.”
Angie Langley, Jennifer Brown's Journey

“At work, cubicle three in the ladies’ cloakroom had become my retreat. There, I could hide away and silently sob whenever I needed to. I’d started to say hello to the door. God. I was turning into my mother.”
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“From my bedroom window, I hadn’t noticed his earring and the Motörhead tattoo on his forearm. He looked like the kind of guy who, if a bomb went off in his watering can, would raise one eyebrow and say, ‘Well, that was close.”
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