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    • I know! There is something so inviting about being able to just pop into a form. I find a get a lot more entries that way.

    • I spent just as much time thinking about her writing process as I did about the book. Dangerous Neighbors has the same subtle intelligence.

  1. I really enjoyed your review. The characters ina book are very important to me and Beth Kephart’s sound amazing! It doesn’t matter to me if I like the characters or not just that they are realistic and jump off the page, teeming with life. I was looking at some of Beth Kephart’s books this past weekend and almost picked up a couple but I wrote the titles down instead since my bag was overflowing lready!

    Thank you for a great giveaway Nicole and for an easy entry!

    ~ Amy

    • Thanks Amy! She really allows you to sink into the lives of the characters. Hopefully you will get a chance to try the books soon.

    • It’s hard to say much bad about this one. I think that if you aren’t one who likes quieter books you could run into a problem, but that’s a preference thing with no bearing on the writing.

      • Sometimes I find a “quiet” book just the ticket, especially after I’ve read something weighty or highly charged. I’ve decided to add this to my TBR list. Thanks again.

  2. Kathleen

    I’ve heard so many positive things about this book and the author. I will definitely plan to read this one in the future.

  3. You really hit the nail on the head, her writing is something you truly have to ponder and immerse yourself in. This story was so meaningful to me in so many ways and I attribute 100% of that to her writing, just beautiful. I’m sad I wasn’t in NY to meet her with the rest of you, she sounds like a wonderful person too. Fabulous review!

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