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The Outsider Paperback – February 20, 2017
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About the Author
K’Anne Meinel is a Lesbian Fiction bestselling author with more than 88 published works including shorts, novellas, and novels. She is an American author born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and raised in Oconomowoc. Upon early graduation from high school she went to a private college in Milwaukee and then moved to California for seventeen years before returning to the state. Many of her stories have Wisconsin in them as settings for her wonderful, realistic, and detailed backgrounds. Named the lesbian Danielle Steel of her time, K’Anne continues to write interesting stories in a variety of genres in both the lesbian and mainstream fiction categories. Her website is www.kannemeinel.com.
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I didn't care for the way the ex-family of leeches was so stereotypical. Luckily they had little direct impact on the story. I did feel I had seen these people on an episode of Dr. Phil or some other such afternoon wasteland TV quasi-reality show.
Take a day to read this book. You will not want to put it down until you finish it.
Menial, I love how she goes into detail on the characters of the book. I can't wait to read more. Her books are the kind you just don't want to put down.
A book full of twists and emotion that has you hoping that the main character comes out on top after all that she endures in her earlier life. A storyline full of subplots that everyone can relate to in some way. In some way it gives you hope that humanity truly does still have a chance at making life better for minority groups.
Have and will be recommending this book to my friends.