Broken (Through My Eyes, #1)

Broken (Through My Eyes, #1)

Broken Through My Eyes Anna Belford is your everyday small town girl from Pennsylvania Great parents and Jack the funniest cutest younger brother she could have asked for Her life is perfect that is until her stable lif

  • Title: Broken (Through My Eyes, #1)
  • Author: Katrina Stephens
  • ISBN: 9781634433617
  • Page: 142
  • Format: ebook
  • Anna Belford is your everyday, small town girl from Pennsylvania.Great parents, and Jack the funniest, cutest younger brother she could have asked for Her life is perfect, that is until her stable life comes tumbling down.Left to pick up the few remaining pieces of her life, and tormented and overwhelmed about moving forward Will Anna give up on her dreams Consoled by hAnna Belford is your everyday, small town girl from Pennsylvania.Great parents, and Jack the funniest, cutest younger brother she could have asked for Her life is perfect, that is until her stable life comes tumbling down.Left to pick up the few remaining pieces of her life, and tormented and overwhelmed about moving forward Will Anna give up on her dreams Consoled by her best friend Melissa, Anna begins to patch her life back together However a second blow threatens to derail Anna s future Will Anna have what it takes to persevere on

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      Published :2019-08-15T03:05:28+00:00

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    So I had trouble with this one. Novellas are popping up everywhere these days. As books in-between your favorite best-sellers, as a series to make a full novelSo I had trouble getting into the story of Broken. At some points it felt like it moved a little too fast and then others it felt slow. I don't really know exactly what it was really. I wasn't able to connect with the main character. I mean, it was sad that her dad died, and then her mom. But I still couldn't connect to feel Anna's grief. [...]

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