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Just when Leila thinks she has everything under control, her deepest insecurities resurface when she must confront her unresolved issues surrounding the mother who abandoned her as a baby, and the men who raised her. Not even Clarence Myles can show her the way, and so Leila embarks on a journey of self-discovery that sends her drifting from place to place in search of ans ...more
Paperback, 355 pages
Published November 15th 2016 by Straw Hill Publishing
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Oct 29, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I was eager to receive an ARC of Portrait of a Girl Adrift, and dove right in.

Leila’s life is again in transition. Not only is she struggling with mixed feelings about Clarence Myles marrying her grandmother, but as the story opens, we get a sense that all is not as well as when Portrait of a Protégé ended. Go figure—Leila has a lot of unresolved issues that Chicoine seeded in Portrait of a Girl Running.

For instance, we never did find out exactly what the deal was with Leila’s mother and why she
Jun 25, 2017 rated it liked it
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I know my tastes have changed over the years but this third in the series was just not as good as the first two IMO. I was a bit disappointed seeing as the others were 5 stars for me.
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J. B. Chicoine was born on Long Island, New York, and grew up in Amityville during the 1960s and 70s. She has lived in New Hampshire, Kansas City and Michigan. She enjoys setting her stories in New England.

She has been writing stories since she was a girl, but didn't complete a novel until she was nearly thirty. Since then, she has completed four more novels; UNCHARTED: Story for a Shipwright, SPI

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