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I really wanted to like this book; however, the narration was too distant.
Not only did she carry the burdens of her love-lacking childhood but she felt that her husband didn't really understand the pain she carried after a significant loss.
This girl then disappears and we don't find out until almost the end of the book what happened to her.
The Longings of Wayward Girls is a deceptive novel in that it easily crosses genres and keeps you in its grips once you're two pages into it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Holly C.
I'm torn between three and four stars for this book. The first half is three stars and the second half is four. Read morePublished 9 months ago by K. Dunn
I loved this, was drawn into the world of the women as girls then mothers and all the things we deal with as mothers so beautifully depicted.Published 9 months ago by Rosemary Crowe
Very good characters that hold your attention. A lot of incite into Sadie and her childhood friends and as a woman and the secret longings she has for more that just marriage and... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Robert Straley
The story telling is fairly scattered, and the characters do not create a sense of connection. Not worth purchasing in my opinion.Published 11 months ago by Lisa Miller