The Magic Of Found Objects

Author: Maddie Dawson
Editor: Lake Union Publishing
ISBN: 9781542021517
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From the bestselling author of Matchmaking for Beginners comes a feel-good story about becoming who you were meant to be all along. Phronsie Linnelle was conceived at Woodstock in a serendipitous liaison between a free-spirited hippie and a farmer's son and was born with magical wonder flickering in her DNA and rationality knit into her bones. All her life she's been torn between the two. But now that she's been betrayed by both love and the mother she once idolized, her rational side is winning. So when her best friend from childhood proposes that they give up on romance and marry each other, Phronsie agrees. Who better to spend your life with than your best friend? Maybe the connection they already have is love. Maybe there's no falling to be done. But immediately after they announce their engagement, she encounters someone who makes a very charming and compelling argument for revisiting romance. While her even-keeled stepmother argues for the safety that comes with her new engagement and her mother relays messages from the universe to hold out for true love, Phronsie must look to her own heart to find the answers that have been there all along.
The Magic of Found Objects
Language: en
Pages: 366
Authors: Maddie Dawson
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-08 - Publisher: Lake Union Publishing

From the bestselling author of Matchmaking for Beginners comes a feel-good story about becoming who you were meant to be all along. Phronsie Linnelle was conceived at Woodstock in a serendipitous liaison between a free-spirited hippie and a farmer's son and was born with magical wonder flickering in her DNA
The Magic of Found Objects
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Pages: 120
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Pages: 140
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Pages: 288
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