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A Girl Like Her

Saturday, May 15, 2021

A Girl Like Her (2018) Talia Hibbert (Ravenswood)

A Girl Like Her

Avoiding conflict was his mode of operation. They’d taught him that at basic training, once they’d figured out his hair-trigger temper. Always avoid conflict.

That was what they called it. Distant. Words like depressed were for girls with English mothers.

She wasn’t graceful. She was, in fact, the opposite of graceful. He worried for her safety once every five seconds at least. When she poured half of the hot water onto the counter, he was only surprised that she didn’t scald herself in the process.

She rolled her eyes and picked up the mugs. He deftly took them from her and carried them into the living room, as if she wasn’t capable of handling it herself.

True, she usually spilled tea everywhere. But her balance would never get better if she didn’t practice.

Publisher : Nixon House
Rating: 8/10




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