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Breaking Up Is Hard To Do ~ A Miracle Girls Novel Giveaway



Miracle Girls #2: Breaking Up Is Hard to Do By Anne Dayton, May Vanderbilt

I have three copies of this wonderful new novel to give away to my readers.

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47 comments:

texasheartland said...

Hello fellow Texan!

I like the fact that it tests 3 girls friendships because in reality, that happens all the time and I can full sympathize!


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js22 said...

The characters all seem like typical good girls dealing with some problems. It will be interesting to see how they get resolved.

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Carol Lawrence said...

In these progressive days I bet that lots of girls are in her shoes. One parent family and she/he is marrying a bimbo or studmuffin. How will she handle it?

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john ferris said...

It tests 3 girls friendship.
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tatertot374 said...

Thank you for a great giveaway. I really like that it tests 3 girls and they seem down to earth normal girls. Thank you
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quiltingreader said...

I like that Christine has to deal with her Mom's death.

Sunnyvale said...

The story line sounds as though it might appeal to and help teens that are going through similar circumstances.

jayne said...

I can wait to see how she deals with her mamas death.

Lynette said...

I like that this book presents a good model to girls for how to mend broken relationships.

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sweetsue said...

I like that this book is about teenage friendship, because if I won, I would give it to my teenage niece!
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Marianna said...

Sounds like a great, light summer read! I'd love to read it!

barbara said...

Ooh - this sounds really good. I love to cry over books, and you just know that this one is going to be a tear jerker - between her being miserable, her Dad trying to make her like the bimbo, and the fact that he's going to marry the bimbo no matter how she feels.

mindy said...

sounds great thanks for the giveaway

turboterp said...

The theme of friendship really appeals to me. I can picture myself reading this book on the beach this summer!

Thank you!

Becky said...

I just love books, chick flick books are great...

Marie said...

I like that it focuses on friendship and three girls who seem very much like young women I would know and like.

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Anonymous said...

I like to read!

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kngmckellar said...

Sounds good for teens and testing of friendships.
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susan1215 said...

I like that the book is about teen friendships

Christina said...

Christina - xristya@rock.com - This book is about 3 teenage girls and how their friendships are tested, and if I won I'd give it to my teenage niece Sarah!

tawnda said...

I have teens... and this looks like a very good book for them about friendship and life...

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Brittany said...

I like that one of the girls has to deal with losing her mother.
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tanya said...

Reading about how others mend their broken relationships always gives me a fresh perspective on mine.

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Gabriel J. said...

Great read, great contest!

Donna M. Clark said...

I like the fact that it is about all four of the girls. Friendship Books are my favorite.

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Helen said...

I really like that it's about teens going through usual issues, something my niece would appreciate.

Misusedinnocence said...

I just ended an over a year relationship, and this book definitely would be nice to read.

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purango said...

I like that it deals with the girls' friendship being tested and how they work through the situation. garrettsambo@aol.com

purplepassion126 said...

What appeals to me is the focus on the importance of supportive relationships, especially positive peer relationships and how this can buffer the life stressors that anyone, especially teens can face.

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lilyk said...

The storyline appeals to me very much!

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