The Precious One by Marisa de los Santos came from William Morrow and TLC Book Tours for a blog tour.
The story of a daughter from a first marriage who gave her heart to the disappeared father who is now calling her to repair their relationship and let her into his second family and the daughter of that second marriage, who views her older half-sister with suspicion and jealousy, this sounds like a fantastic read.
The Lovers Set Down Their Spoons by Heather A. Slomski came from a fellow member of the Postal Mailbox Book Club.
This collection of stories about loss and relationship is one I hadn't heard of before and I am curious to see if I love it as much as Laura does.
Dear Thing by Julie Cohen came from me for me just in advance of the news that she will actually be published here next year and I didn't need to send to England for the book after all (typical me!).
One friend who agrees to have a baby for two other friends and the repercussions of that decision when the biological mother finds herself feeling a lot more than she bargained for, this sounds like a tough and heart rending read.
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