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A Conversation with Anne D. LeClaire. Reading Group Questions and Topics for Discussion. Ms. LeClaire’s ability to make the setting and its characters come alive makes the reader feel that Eden exists beyond the pages of this novel.
A Conversation with Anne D. Tallie is an endearing character, and the Southern banter of the ladies at the beauty parlor where she works is pitch-perfect. LeClaire’s homey storytelling goes down easy. Tallie Brock is a heroine as winning as any a reader is ever likely to meet.
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Leaving Eden (Paperback). Published April 29th 2003 by Ballantine Books. Leaving Eden (Ballantine Reader's Circle). Author(s): Anne D. Paperback, 320 pages. ISBN: 0345445759 (ISBN13: 9780345445759). ISBN: 1442080728 (ISBN13: 9781442080720). ISBN: 0754018954 (ISBN13: 9780754018957).
Heather Harpham’s memoir Happiness takes readers on a swift journey to hell and back. In the middle of a challenging courtship, she and her true love become parents and have to face questions no one ever should: How far will you go for the health of a desperately sick daughter?
Heather Harpham’s memoir Happiness takes readers on a swift journey to hell and back. In the middle of a challenging courtship, she and her true love become parents and have to face questions no one ever should: How far will you go for the health of a desperately sick daughter? How much would you sacrifice?
For sure dreams didn’t leave blood on your sheets. Proof I was no longer a virgin, which was supposed to be some big deal or something.
For sure dreams didn’t leave blood on your sheets. Like a disease you needed to get over. Spy had been my cure. My daddy was in the kitchen, whistling and making coffee. I was absolutely not ready to face him and I decided to stay right where I was until he left for the mill
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