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I love Shelly Crane but this was one of my least favorite book of hers sadly.Published 1 month ago by Abbeyyyy
I really liked this book. I kind of guessed the big reveal at the end but I thought it was cute still I plan on reading the next one.Published 10 months ago by Kindle Customer
Not for me, do not trust all four star and above reviews, if you care about how well a book is written.Published 16 months ago by Denise
A story about second chances at finding who you really are, family and love. This was a different spin on the girl with amnesia trope, because it was so much more than that. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Keanna Lewis
Let's just say I loved this story! Shelly Crane just so happens to be an awesome writer and I have loved everything I have read of hers so far... Read morePublished 19 months ago by lindylu
Yet another Shelly Crane book I was unable to put down. The story is unique and wonderfully done, the characters are real and will capture your heart... Read more
Nice YA story about a coma victum who wakes up a different person, and discovers that the person she was was not a very nice person. Read morePublished 20 months ago by E.P. McLean
Writers have long used coincidences in their novels. No less of an authority than Charles Dickens employed them in Great Expectations, to the point that their believability is a... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Vox Libris