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Flawed - Wie perfekt willst du sein? - Cecelia Ahern
Flawed - Wie perfekt willst du sein?
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Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
ISBN: 9783841422354 (3841422357)
ASIN: 3841422357
Pages no: 480
Edition language: English
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5.0 The Stolen Marriage
Twenty-three-year-old Tess DeMello is engaged to the love of her life. Their wedding day is getting close. So it doesn't make sense to her fiancé when she abruptly ends their engagement and runs off to marry a stranger. Tess leaves Baltimore and moves to Hickory, North Carolina. Her husband, Henry K...
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3.0 My Review of Chased by Fire
Chased by Fire by D.K. Holmberg is the first book in The Cloud Warrior Saga. When Tan meets a stranger on the road, his mother sends Tan on a mission to assist the stranger in finding an artifact. There is a lot of potential with this story. There is magic, creatures, fighting, and romance. The cr...
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1.0 A Spell for Chameleon
I was enchanted by this book when I was younger, the misogyny and pedophile vibes went right over my head (remember that Bink is supposed to be 25, even if he acts 15), but reading the book again makes me wonder what the hell is going on with this book? It was impossible for me to divorce the attitu...
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5.0 WHITE CAT, BLACK CAT, TWO CATS by Sigal Adler
Two cats of different colors meet for the first time. Each is full of disdain for the other based on color. Then they think and decide to become the other one. Both discover both are needed and good. Neither is better than the other. I liked the rhyming. It was fun to read aloud. The illustr...
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