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Book Review: Playing in the Rain






Playing in the Rain by Jane Harvey-Berrick: Ava Lawton can’t believe her run of bad luck. It’s supposed to be an exciting time in her life: fresh out of college, living in a new state, with a new job, and away from her family at last.

But when she’s forced to quit her job, everything falls apart quickly. Suddenly, she’s alone in a crowd, with no one to turn to.

At her lowest point, a stranger gives her a message that brings her hope.

Now is the time to live life her own way.

Now is the time to choose to be happy.

And maybe it’s time to let a beautiful stranger be part of her life.

Lori's thoughts: This was a short, quick read for me. But I enjoyed every single moment of it. It's filled with so much emotion and so much reality, with some very sage advice thrown in along the way. Beautiful, sweet Cody. What can I say? Just a gorgeous person, inside and out. I knew what was going to happen as soon as they met. (Aside from the falling in love). Even so, it did not deter me from loving the story, or loving the characters. Ava is a beautiful person who has been dealt a crap hand. It's a reminder, it's not about the cards we're dealt in life, but rather, how we play the game. Be forewarned, you will cry. If you don't cry, you have no heart.








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