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Never Say Goodbye by Susan Lewis
Never Say Goodbye by Susan Lewis
5.0 out of 5 stars Could Not Put Down., 25 Aug 2014
Absolutely could not put this book down. Very well written of someone going through cancer, and the struggles of treatment. Josie was trying to please everyone, but herself. Can identify with all the procedures as been there done that, got the tee shirt as they say. Either Susan Lewis has really done her research, or has been through this with someone. Late late night as had to finish this book in one go. Hearbreaking at times, but was really rooting for Josie to beat this. A must read for anyone.
Passionelle® Ladies Black Cropped Length Luxury Le&hellip Passionelle
4.0 out of 5 stars Really good value., 11 Aug 2014
Was pleased with this purchase. Came promptly, very good value for money. Not too thin material either. Comfortable to wear. Would buy again.
Will You Remember Me? (No Greater Love) by Amanda Prowse
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Loved It., 4 Aug 2014
Just finished reading this book. Wow! As a suvivor of cancer myself, I could totally understand what Poppy was going through. I loved this book, and was hoping beyond hope that Poppy could beat this. I was sobbing by the end, and so sad. Amanda Prowse totally explained all the side effects of chemo. I was urging Poppy to tell Martin what was wrong with her, instead of trying to cope with it all on her own, trying to be superwoman. . A reallly powerful story, not for the faint hearted. But, saying that, loved Poppy's children especially Peg. Some laugh out loud moments with the children.

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