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Book Review Edenbrooke

Edenbrooke is a delightful Jane Austen era novel. I received an advanced copy, and must admit, I ignored it for months. I love Jane Austen books, and enjoy all the romance, decorum, and manners found in that era and in the writing from that era. This book did not disappoint. It was a beautiful romance, with twists and turns. My favorite was its emphasis on being yourself despite societies expectations. I truly believe that is the path to happiness and love. This book has delightful romance, sacrifice, intrigue, and the best of the era patterned writing without being over the top, wordy or predictable. I love that Julianne Donaldson created a clean romantic novel that embraces all that is beautiful and lovely about true love and relationships. Her main characters are memorable, and their choices make me want to be a more romantic spouse. It reminded me that I am...
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Campus Book Rentals – Get your Textbooks Cheaper!

School starts for me today. I have a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology that I spent 10 years earning. It took me 10 years because in between I got really sick, married, had a baby, and finished up everything online. I am currently half-way through the school part of my Master’s Program, and I have a goal to finish that before I am 40. 🙂 Since I plan to also be a Certified Health Coach, a Certified Life Coach, a Marriage and Family Therapist, and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, this is a lofty goal. The hardest part about graduate school is the lack of Pell grants and scholarships. Student loans will be the end of me if I’m not careful, which is why I love the service from Campus Book Rentals. I am a book lover, and like to hold my books, read them, mark them up and then use...
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