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Learning to Let Go 

by Elizabeth Pina


From "My Book Bag"

Keith Sullivan’s wife is dead, and in the aftermath of that loss, his relationship with his two children is going nowhere fast. He’s desperate to help them, but even after two years, his own heart is raw. He has yet to remove his wedding ring. Marisa’s portrait still hangs over the fireplace, dominating the living room. Her clothing and personal belongings still fill every nook and cranny in his home.


And then he meets Emma.


See the full text of Delia Latham's review at My Book Bag: Learning to Let Go



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