Lost Wyoming by Debra Snider

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An ultimately enjoyable and charming book about a young woman who struggles to figure out how to embrace the positive aspects of her life.
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A bright and thoughtful, yet thoroughly disillusioned heroine discovers how family shapes who we are, who we aren't, and who we have the potential to become. When a family crisis jolts Maggie Winslow out of her quarter-life malaise, she takes charge and rethinks the choices and convictions that have kept her from living the life she always envisioned. A heartbreaking, unflinchingly honest, and ultimately uplifting tale about the puzzles we must solve for ourselves--and the joys that await once we learn to get out of our own way.
 

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Published September 9, 2016 by Booklocker.com, Inc.. 330 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on Jul 22 2016

An ultimately enjoyable and charming book about a young woman who struggles to figure out how to embrace the positive aspects of her life.

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