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message 3: by J.S. (new)

J.S. Bailey (jsbailey)

Yeah, I think this counts. :)

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W.M.J. Kreucher | 1 comments “The story is both powerful and interesting” –

“Well worth considering for general fiction” – Midwest Book Review

Dandelion Man - the four loves

Do you remember your first love? Most do. We carry that first love deeply hidden in our hearts, but that hidden love remains. First love is that overpowering, head-over-heels feeling that we experience in our tender youth and it often teaches us how to need and respond to others. It prepares us for that special person with whom we ultimately share our life. Unfortunately, relatively few of us find the unending type of love the first time around. Yet that first love is so special that we never forget it. Forty years after losing his first love, Wally, now happily married, attends the funeral of dee’s (spelled with a small d) father. And in that meeting renews the memory of a love that both elated and crushed him so many years ago.

Dandelion Man: The Four Loves

Dandelion Man The Four Loves by Walter M.J. Kreucher

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Karen Boyce (goodreadcomkarenkellyboycecom) | 4 comments Read the great review of my children's book, the first of a series at
Sisters of the Last Straw The Case of the Haunted Chapel by Karen Kelly Boyce
Sisters of the Last Straw: The Case of the Haunted Chapel

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