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Cindi Myers became one of the most popular people in eighth grade when she and her best friend wrote a torrid historical romance and circulated it among their peers. Fame was short-lived, however; the English teacher confiscated the manuscript and advised her to concentrate on learning to properly diagram a sentence. From this humbling beginning, she has gone on to write more than three dozen novels that have been translated into more than a dozen languages and distributed all over the world. Her books have been praised for their emotion, humor and realistic characters. She writes stories about relationships that matter, whether the subject is friendship, families, or the love between a man and a woman.
I like this book because it reminds me of the time I was accepted to an art school in Chicago but I turned it down. Not because they didn't accept me for who I was, but because I was afraid of moving out on my own. I was led to believe that I wouldn't be able to do so by my overprotective parent and by complying to her wishes, I was left out not knowing if I would be a success in the art field. So in some ways, I can relate to both Jennifer Truitt and Zach Jacobs. It's a very enjoyable read. I now wonder what Ms. Cindi Myers has in store for Theresa Jacobs, his sister?
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