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Katie enjoys her three professions—novelist, freelance journalist, and lawyer—for one reason: her love of the written word. Fiction or nonfiction, Katie thrives on putting thoughts to paper and sharing them with the world. She lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, where the energy of the campus and cafés inspires her to keep writing. Katie earned her master’s degree in creative writing from the Writing Seminars at Johns Hopkins. Today, she contributes regularly to The Huffington Post, The Chronicle of Higher Education, and other national venues. She's published five books on writing, the most recent with Oxford University Press. Although she has impeccable grammar, she will never correct yours.
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AjoobacatsTOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 27 Feb. 2016
Format: Kindle Edition
Entanglement is the story of two unlikely friends Daphne and Greta, who have both been bruised by their relationship with their fathers and decide to live together after college in LA. The women navigate their lives in this vast city, which has effects on them not just personally but on their friendship. When Greta is attacked all issues come to a head.
An easy read with some great characters with compelling past history up especially, made this book a joy to read. I quickly became engrossed in Daphne and Greta's friendship and was heartened by their unconditional support of each other.
I'm not a huge romance fan but found this pretty easy to get into and would be more than happy to read more in the series.
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