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View all 3 comments. Soon she is their daily go-to person, since their mother is somewhere else—oh, yeah, New York—and has some mysterious ailment. Now she dazzles us once again with a tale of love, friendship, and families—the choices that shatter them, the hope that saves them, and the little marshmal,ows that happen in between.
Maskerade by Terry Pratchett. Well worth reading even if chick-lit is not a genre you usually enjoy. You’ve successfully reported this review. I’m definitely doing this! Kendra, Kyle, Gabrielle, Ashlyn, then maybe back to Kendra again. The laugh out loud romantic comedy you need to read in Funnily enough I realised afterwards I have picked up another of hers from the library but will read a few others by different authors before I get into that one.
A very loud and obviously argumentative phone call. Maybe two and half stars. As I did gain some enjoyment from the plot I would like to read another of Koomson’s novels marshmallws there was one that moved a bit quicker!
I have no problem with books where very little happens but you can enjoy the main character’s voice.
I really enjoyed this book. The only way to fix things is to confess to the terrible mistake she made all those years ago. Quotes from Marshmallows for How to write a great review. The candy pink, white and blue cover of this novel seems to suggest it is a light chick lit read, which was what I expected. Summer and Jaxon are the type of kids that easily twin around your heart. I guess I can “make my own ending” by imagining what happened then after the last words, but still it’s only in my mind, which makes me think it isn’t entirely truth.
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It had moments of real sadness. Estou desejosa de ler mais obras da autora! They were so vulnerable and so easy to love. Be the first to ask a question about Marshmallows for Breakfast. Marshmallows for Breakfast by Dorothy Koomson.
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In I had the idea for The Cupid Effect and my career as a published novelist began. January 27, Imprint: The Woman He Loved Before. So when their mum kidnaps them she is distraught. This is chick-lit, but with hard issues that add amazing depth to this book. Refresh and try again. I loved it, and read it very quickly. Also, I wish the end was diferent. And I won’t be able to give anyone a real chance until that’s over.
She soon grows attached to them, as she realises their life is falling apart because their parents are getting a divorce. I just took koomsob, and it was a while before I picked it up off the TBR pile. That said, I would recommend it, but not with raving reviews. Books by Dorothy Koomson.
I forced myself to complete this one, but I would not recommend it to others This probably seems silly, but true crime is a very interesting genre if you give it a chance.
Hello, my name’s Marwhmallows Koomson and I’ll try to make this bit that’s all about me as interesting as possible. I’m not sure what I was expecting, but it wasn’t really this. I suppose denial is one of the big themes in this story, and I appreciated how the author dealt with it.
The plot involved both alcoholism and rape a real fun-festbut the subject matter was not the problem.
Mas teria sido melhor se tivesse existido ali mais qualquer coisa. At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information.
Delta, originally Source: How to Find Love in a Bookshop. A further issue I had was with the use of the third and first person in order for us to understand how some of the characters felt – what a cop out!