Posts Tagged "Lobster Press"

Somewhere in Blue by Gillian Cummings

Posted by on Jun 13, 2014 in Book Reviews, Ontario | 0 comments

Summary: After the Sandy’s father dies of cancer, Sandy is left with her mother, the usually absent part of their little family. Drowning in grief and depression, Sandy begins to pull away from school and her friends, isolating herself in her misery until she reaches her breaking point when she finds out some startling news from her mother. Sandy’s best friend Lennie does her best to reach her and support her through the grieving process, but when Lennie’s mother’s brother shows up in town, a lot of family issues come to the surface. Suddenly there’s an...

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They Called Me Red by Christina Kilbourne

Posted by on May 7, 2014 in Book Reviews, Ontario | 0 comments

Summary: Until Lily enters their lives, Devon and his dad are pretty happy as a father-son pair living on their own since Devon’s dad took him away from his drug-addicted mom. Lily changes everything though, worming her way into Devon’s dad’s heart and mind while systematically changing Devon’s life. When Devon’s dad becomes seriously ill, Lily convinces him to bring Devon and come with her to Vietnam for treatment, but her true intentions are much more sinister than the restoration of Devon’s father’s health. Devon finds himself living a...

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Maybe Never, Maybe Now by Kimberly Joy Peters

Posted by on Apr 12, 2014 in Book Reviews, Quebec | 0 comments

Summary: When Caitlyn’s friend Ashley has to back out of student exchange to Quebec, Caitlyn takes her place for a chance at a fresh start. Still getting over an abusive relationship with Tyler and adjusting to life with a new baby sister and a step-father, Caitlyn’s having trouble making decisions and feeling confident. A visit to a fortune teller starts her on the path of reading her horoscope and looking for signs that she’s making the right choices, but a new relationship with Conner and a unexpected letter challenge her to start thinking for herself again. Number of...

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If You Live Like Me by Lori Weber

Posted by on Mar 18, 2014 in Book Reviews, Quebec | 0 comments

Summary: Cheryl has followed her parents from coast to coast across Canada for her father’s job for the past four years, and all she wants is to go home to Montreal. But when her family ends up in Newfoundland so her father can write about the demise of the cod fishing industry, something different happens – she finds a friend and love interest in her neighbour, Jim. A dangerous situation involving Jim’s safety makes Cheryl realise she’s not longing for Montreal in the same way anymore, and when circumstances conspire to give Cheryl the opportunity to go home, she is...

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