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Woohoo, A Review:)

The talented blogger and author of Reaching Prague, Amber Roshay posted such a nice review of Sarah Starting Over. Here's an excerpt:

"I highly recommend this page turner, not only if you enjoy romances or mysteries but if you’ve ever lost someone you’ve loved or know someone who has. For me it reminded me how much I lost when I was struggling with my infertility and how the birth of Eli gave me my second chance.


The novel is only 99 cents on Amazon Kindle or $7.99 for the paperback. And it’s a quick read for those who only have a short time before the little one calls."
Click to read the full review on the Delayed Mama Blog

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