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Broken Homes & Gardens

Broken Homes & Gardens Broken Homes & Gardens by Rebecca Kelley

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Can a man and woman be friends? Harry asked Sally this in the popular 80’s flick, and one of my favorite movies of all time, When Harry Met Sally. This assumes that the man and the woman we are speaking of are interested in the opposite sex. Rebecca Kelley’s debut novel, Broken Homes & Gardens, also attempts to answer this question Read more of this blog post »
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