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There's something about Mary - Farrelly Brothers, The
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My Reading Temple ♥
My Reading Temple ♥ rated it
4.0 Di poche pagine ma dall'intensità linguistica notevole.
"Sai, appena ho cominciato a leggere e anche a capire quello che stavo leggendo, ero affascinato – oltre che dal significato, dal senso – dal suono delle parole." Recensione completa su The History Temple! Clicca qui!
Hopeless Romantic
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Jen is the type of person that I strive to be. Her resilience is extraordinary. Despite life's punches, she never gives up hope. She doesn't wait for good things to come her way, she tries to make them happen for herself. Insecurities be damned. Too bad the blows are coming quicker than she can fend...
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Be careful what you wish for, because it may come back at bite you in the end. Maybe someone should have warned Nicholas and Adelaide before their scandal began. Both have tragic pasts. Each has so much love to give but doesn't think they deserve to receive it. Victims of circumstance. Can two disil...
FatherCraneMadeMeDoIt
FatherCraneMadeMeDoIt rated it
2.0
For more reviews, check out my blog: Craft-Cycle This book was okay. I have seen videos of a few of Melissa Lozada-Oliva's poems and liked them so I couldn't wait to read these. However, I think many of them work better as spoken poetry rather than in written form. The format of the poems were kind...
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