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#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR SUSAN WIGGS INVITES YOU TO AN UNFORGETTABLE CHRISTMAS IN THE CATSKILLS

A single father who yearns to be a family man, Logan O'Donnell is determined to create the perfect Christmas for his son, Charlie. The entire O'Donnell clan arrives to spend the holidays in Avalon, a postcard-pretty town on the shores of Willow Lake, a place for the family to reconnect and rediscover the special gifts of the season.

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Overview

#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR SUSAN WIGGS INVITES YOU TO AN UNFORGETTABLE CHRISTMAS IN THE CATSKILLS

A single father who yearns to be a family man, Logan O'Donnell is determined to create the perfect Christmas for his son, Charlie. The entire O'Donnell clan arrives to spend the holidays in Avalon, a postcard-pretty town on the shores of Willow Lake, a place for the family to reconnect and rediscover the special gifts of the season.

One of the guests is a newcomer to Willow Lake—Darcy Fitzgerald. Sharp-witted, independent and intent on guarding her heart, she's the last person Logan can see himself falling for. And Darcy is convinced that a relationship is the last thing she needs this Christmas.

Yet between the snowy silence of the winter woods and the toasty moments by a crackling fire, their two lonely hearts collide. The magic of the season brings them each a gift neither ever expected—a love to last a lifetime.

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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
09/02/2013
Wiggs delights with this Christmas-themed installment in her Lakeshore Chronicles contemporary series (after Return to Willow Lake). Darcy Fitzgerald is still reeling from her divorce from Huntley Collins, a situation complicated by the fact that Darcy’s sister is married to Huntley’s brother. When Darcy meets single dad Logan O’Donnell, she is unwilling to get involved with a man who already has a child, but soon she and Logan realize they can’t easily ignore their mutual attraction. With the romantic backdrop of falling snow and Christmas lights, Logan’s upstate New York ski lodge is the perfect setting for their sizzling attraction to renew. Darcy’s fierce independence as a sports marketing executive and expert snowboarder gives her special appeal, as her successful professional exterior hides her vulnerability. The evolution of Darcy and Logan’s relationship makes enduring love believable. (Nov.)
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"Wiggs delights with this Christmas-themed installment in her Lakeshore Chronicles series... the evolution of Darcy and Logan's relationship makes enduring love believable." -Publishers Weekly on Candlelight Christmas

"Wiggs tells a layered, powerful story of love, loss, hope and redemption." -Kirkus, Starred Review on The Apple Orchard

"This brilliant and epic family drama...fills the senses...courtesy of Wiggs' amazing narrative and supreme skill as a writer." -RT Book Reviews, Top Pick! On The Apple Orchard

"Wiggs hits all the right notes in this delightful, sometimes funny, sometimes poignant Christmas treat, which will please Lakeshore Chronicles fans as well as garner new ones."

-Library Journal, starred review on Lakeshore Christmas

"Wiggs, a consummate storyteller, has few equals when it comes to evoking deep emotion in readers. Richly detailed and textured, the characters are superb. But it's her observations about our modern lives and times that really stand out."

-RT Book Reviews on Lakeside Cottage

"With the ease of a master, Wiggs introduces complicated, flesh-and-blood characters into her idyllic but identifiable small-town setting."

-Publishers Weekly, starred review on The Winter Lodge

"Rich with life lessons, nod-along moments and characters with whom readers can easily relate. Delightful and wise, Wiggs's latest shines."

-Publishers Weekly on Dockside

"Wiggs's storytelling is heartwarming...[and] this book should appeal to romance and women's fiction readers of any age."

-Publishers Weekly on Summer at Willow Lake

Library Journal
★ 10/15/2013
Wiggs pays another satisfying visit to Avalon and its inhabitants (after Return to Willow Lake), although newcomers will enjoy this holiday entry as much as series fans. Single dad Logan O'Donnell just wants to give his son, Charlie, a great Christmas. When Logan meets beautiful, independent Darcy Fitzgerald, though, he begins to dream of having a whole family again. Despite her initial trepidation about getting involved with someone once more after her divorce, Darcy soon begins to fall for Logan, too. They're all definitely in for a great Christmas. VERDICT A warm and witty story that romance readers will find delectable—along with the included recipes.
Kirkus Reviews
2013-10-05
A single father hosts family and friends at his home and hopes that the magical season will end with a new love. Logan and Darcy are two victims of broken marriages, but where Logan is looking to move forward, Darcy is still feeling scorched and cautious. When they meet through India--Logan's sister and Darcy's best friend--sparks fly, but it will take a Thanksgiving weekend before they express their attraction and a sprawling family Christmas event to bring them together. However, as much as Darcy wants to be with Logan, she is convinced that their goals are too different for a long-term relationship. Besides, he's just taken on the huge responsibility of a managing partnership for an area ski resort, a fulfilling opportunity but one that needs a lot of work as well as a large influx of cash to build it into Logan's dream of a viable all-season family destination. And then there's Charlie, Logan's son. Darcy's been burned by stepchildren once already, and she's sure she's not ready for that kind of heartbreak again, even if Logan's a much better parent than her ex ever was. And Charlie's a much nicer kid than his children were. Perhaps a blizzard, some lonely Christmas orphans, and the most wonderful, not-quite-perfect Christmas ever will soften hearts and smooth the way for a bright future. Wiggs revisits her popular Lakeshore Chronicles for another sweet Christmas tidbit, and series fans will love watching Logan--Daisy Bellamy's ex--fall in love with his own perfect match. Add in some of Santa's magic for two temporarily motherless children, yummy Christmas recipes, the famous, Christmas-card-perfect backdrop of Willow Lake, plus cameo appearances by other series favorites and readers will be ready for the season as quickly as they can say "hot chocolate." A romantic, heartwarming Christmas charmer, especially for Wiggs and Willow Lake fans.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781455836895
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio
  • Publication date: 10/29/2013
  • Series: Lakeshore Chronicles Series , #10
  • Format: CD
  • Edition description: Unabridged
  • Pages: 6
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 5.60 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Susan Wiggs is the author of many beloved bestsellers, including the popular Lakeshore Chronicles series. She has won many awards for her work, including a RITA from Romance Writers of America. Visit her website at www.SusanWiggs.com.

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Summer's End

Logan O'Donnell stood on a platform one hundred feet in the air, preparing to shove his ten-year-old son off the edge. A light breeze shimmered through the canopy of trees, scattering leaves on the forest floor far below. A zip line cable, slender as a thread in a spider's web, hung between the tree platforms, waiting. Below, Meerskill Falls crashed down a rocky gorge.

"There's no way I'm going off this." Logan's son, Charlie, drew his shoulders up until they practically touched the edge of his helmet.

"Come on," Logan said. "You told me you'd do it. The other kids had a ball. They're all waiting for you on the other side, and I heard a rumor about a bag of Cheetos being passed around."

"I changed my mind." Charlie set his jaw in a way that was all too familiar to Logan. "No way. No W-A-Y-F."

Logan knew the shtick, but he went along with it. "There's no F in way, dude."

"That's right. There's no effin' way I'm going off this thing."

"Aw, Charlie. It's almost like flying. You like to fly, right?" Of course he did. Charlie's stepfather was a pilot, after all. Logan crushed the thought. There were few things more depressing than thinking about the fact that your kid had a stepfather, even if the stepfather was an okay guy. Fortunately for Charlie, he'd ended up with a good one. But it was still depressing.

Charlie spent every summer with Logan. During the school year, he lived with his mom and stepfather in Oklahoma, a million miles away from Logan's home in upstate New York. It sucked, living that far from his kid. Being without Charlie was like missing a limb.

When he did have his son with him, Logan tried to make the most of their time together. He planned the entire season around Charlie, and that included working as a volunteer counselor at Camp Kioga, helping out with the summer program for local kids and inner-city kids on scholarship. The zip line over Meerskill Falls was a new installation, and had already become everyone's favorite feature. Nearly everyone.

"Hey, it's the last day of camp. Your last chance to try the zip line."

Charlie dragged in a shaky breath. He eyed the harness, made of stout webbing and metal buckles. "It looked really fun until I started thinking about actually doing it."

"Remember how you used to be scared to jump off the dock into Willow Lake? And then you did it and it was awesome."

"Hel-fo. The landing was a lot different," Charlie pointed out.

"You're going to love it. Trust me on this." Logan patted the top of Charlie's helmet. "Look at all the safety features on this thing. The harness, the clips, the secondary ropes. There's not one thing that can go wrong."

"Yo, Charlie," shouted a kid on the opposite platform. "Go for it!"

The encouragement came from André, Charlie's best friend. The two had been inseparable all summer long, and if anyone could talk Charlie into something, it was André. He was one of the city kids in the program. He lived in a low-income project in the Bronx, and for André, it had been a summer of firsts—his first train trip, his first visit upstate to Ulster County, where Camp Kioga nestled on the north shore of Willow Lake. His first time to sleep in a cabin, see wildlife up close, swim and paddle in a pristine lake…and tell ghost stories around a campfire with his buddies. Logan liked the fact that at camp, all the kids were equal, no matter what their background.

"I kind of want to do it," Charlie said.

"Up to you, buddy. You saw how it's done. You just stand on the edge and take one step forward."

Charlie fell silent. He stared at the waterfall cascading down the rocky gorge. The fine spray from the rushing cataract cooled the air.

"Hey, buddy," Logan said, wondering about his son's faraway expression. "What's on your mind?"

"I miss Blake," he said, his voice barely audible over the rush of the falls. "When I go back to Mom's, Blake won't be there anymore."

Logan's heart went out to the kid. Blake had been Charlie's beloved dog, a little brown terrier who had lived to a ripe old age. At the start of summer, she'd passed away. Apparently Charlie was dreading his return to his mom's dogless house.

"I don't blame you," Logan said, "but you were lucky to have Blake as your best friend for a long time."

Charlie stared at the planks of the platform. "Yeah." He didn't sound convinced.

"It sucks, losing a dog," Logan admitted. "No way around it. That's why we're not getting one. Hurts too bad when you have to say goodbye."

"Yeah," Charlie said again. "But I still like having a dog."

"Tell me something nice about Blake," Logan said.

"I never needed an alarm to get up for school in the morning. She'd just come into my room and burrow under the covers, like a rabbit, and she'd squirm until I got up." He smiled, just a little. "She got old and quiet and gentle. And then she couldn't jump up on the bed anymore, so I had to lift her."

"I bet you were really gentle with her."

He nodded. After another silence, he said,

"Dad?"

"Yeah, bud?"

"I kinda want another dog."

Aw, jeez. Logan patted him on the shoulder. "You can talk to your mom about it tomorrow, when you see her." Yeah, he thought. Let Charlie 's mom deal with the mess and inconvenience of a dog.

"Okay," said Charlie. "But, Dad?"

"Yeah, buddy?"

"Kids were telling ghost stories in the cabin last night," he said, picking at a thread in the webbing of his harness.

"You're at summer camp. Kids are supposed to tell ghost stories."

"André told the one about these people who committed suicide by jumping off a cliff above the falls."

"I've heard that story. Goes way back to the 1920s."

"Yeah, well, the ghosts are still around."

"They won't mess with the zip line."

"How do you know?"

Logan pointed to the group of kids and counselors on the distant platform. "They all got across, no problem. You saw them." The other campers appeared to be having the time of their lives, eating Cheetos and acting like Tarzan.

"Show me again, Dad," said Charlie. "I want to see you do it."

"Sure, buddy." Logan clipped Charlie to the safety cable and himself to the pulleys. "You're gonna love it." With a grin, he stepped off the platform into thin air, giving Charlie the thumbs-up sign with his free hand.

His son stood on the platform, his arms folded, his face screwed into an expression of skepticism. Logan tipped himself upside down, a crazy perspective for watching the waterfall below, crashing against the rocks. How could any kid not like this?

When Logan was young, he would have loved having a dad who would take him zip-lining, a dad who knew the difference between fun and frivolity, a dad who encouraged rather than demanded.

He landed with an exaggerated flourish on the opposite platform. Paige Albertson, cocoun-selor of the group, pointed at Charlie. "Aren't you forgetting something?"

"Oh yeah, my only son. Oops."

"Why is he staying over there?" asked Rufus, one of the kids.

"I bet he's scared," said another kid.

Logan ignored them. On the opposite platform, Charlie looked very small and alone. Vulnerable.

"Everything all right?" Paige put her hand on Logan's arm.

Paige had a crush on him. Logan knew this. He even wished he felt the same way, because she was great. She was a kindergarten teacher during the school year and a Camp Kioga volunteer during the summer. She had the all-American cheerleader looks, the bubbly, uncomplicated personality that most guys couldn't resist. She was exactly the kind of girl his parents would want for him—pretty, stable, from a good family.

Could be that was the reason he wasn't feeling it for her.

"He's balking," said Logan. "And he feels really bad about it. I thought he'd love zip-lining."

"It's not for everybody," Paige pointed out. "And remember, if he doesn't go for it, the world won't come to an end."

"Good point." Logan saluted her and jumped off, crossing back to the platform on the other side, where Charlie waited. The zipping sound of the pulley and cable sang in his ears. Damn, this never got old.

"Just like Spider-Man," he said as he came in for a landing. "I swear, it's the coolest thing ever."

Charlie shuffled across the wooden planks of the platform. Logan reached for the clips to attach him to the pulley. "That's gonna be one small step for Charlie," he intoned, "one giant leap for—"

"Dad, hang on a second," Charlie said, shrinking back. "I changed my mind again."

Logan studied his son's posture: the hunched shoulders, the knees that were literally shaking.

"Seriously?"

"Unhook me." Beneath the helmet, Charlie's face was pale, his green eyes haunted and wide.

"It's okay to change your mind," Logan said, "but I don't want you to have any regrets. Remember, we talked about regrets."

"When you have a chance to do something and then you don't do it and later on you wish you had," Charlie muttered.

Which pretty much summed up Logan's assessment of his marriage. "Yep," he said. "At the farewell dinner tonight, are you going to wish you'd done the zip line?"

Logan unhitched himself. Charlie studied the cables and pulleys with a look of yearning on his face. Okay, Logan admitted to himself, it bugged him that Charlie had conquered the jump off the dock with his mom, but Logan couldn't get him to push past his fear of the zip line. He had a flashing urge to grab the kid, strap him in and shove him off the platform, just to get him past his hesitation.

Then he remembered his own pushy father: get in there and fight. Don't be a chickenshit. Al O'Donnell had been a blustering, bossy, demanding dad. Logan had grown up resenting the hell out of him in a tense relationship that even now was full of turmoil.

The moment Charlie was born, Logan had made a vow. He would never be that dad.

"All right, buddy," he said, forcing cheerfulness into his tone. "Maybe another time. Let's climb down together."

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 13, 2013

    Awesome!

    I love the Lakeshore Chronicles series, but I wondered how I'd feel about Landon as a hero. To be hones, he was not one of my favorite characters. In Candlelight Christmas he's grown up. He's a great father to Charlie, a great uncle, son and businessman, but he's lonely. Charlie is only with him for summer, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Logan wants a real family. Darcy is recovering from a divorce. She doesn't want to spend the holidays with her family where her ex is included, and she doesn't ever want to be involved with a man who has children.

    What was great about their story was that they did not fall in love in a weekend and then live happily ever after. They met. There was attraction. Their attraction grew over time and culminated with one of my favorite proposals ever. (It's a romance, so that is not really a spoiler.)

    You can definitely read this book without reading the rest of the series-even more so than some of the other books in the series. However, characters from the other books are mentioned, and you'd understand more about his divorce and childhood if you read the others.

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 23, 2013

    more from this reviewer

    Afraid to believe¿ Logan and Darcy, brought together by the hol

    Afraid to believe…

    Logan and Darcy, brought together by the holiday, are unprepared for the growing attraction between them.

    Confirmed she’ll never risk her heart again, Darcy can see no chance in hell she will ever fall for another single father. But that was before she met Logan and his heart melting smile.

    A family man at heart, all Logan dreams about is finding just the right someone to be a mother to his son Charlie and open to adding brothers and sisters. Falling for Darcy brings a reality check and an altered perspective.

    Will Darcy and Logan listen to their inner voices or their hearts?

    Well written with clear descriptions to open the imagination, interesting characters you can relate to and some twists and turns that make this a great read!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 3, 2014

    Repeat book

    Wouldbe nice to let one know if book is not new after buying lt ,l realized it was not newbook

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 3, 2014

    Old story

    This is not a new novel. HAVE READ IT BEFORE? It was a great book but hate that I bought it 2 times

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 29, 2014

    Another reissue doesnt say that at all.

    This book was released last year for christmas . Bought and read then thought it was a new one this year just the cover was changed. So i purchased it twice. Dont know why barnes and noble does this. It is agreat story but not to read twice.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 14, 2014

    Logan O¿Donnell owned a successful insurance business that he st

    Logan O’Donnell owned a successful insurance business that he started to be near his son Charlie in a small town in upstate New York. However, when his ex-wife’s husband was transferred Oklahoma, he only gets to see Charlie during the summer and holidays. Logan sold his insurance business and bought a ski resort in Avalon, a town on the shores of Willow Lake. Though Logan has had his share of dates since the divorce, he is not ready for a serious relationship.
    Darcy Fitzgerald is still reeling in the aftershock of her divorce from her unfaithful husband, Huntley Collins. She is not ready for involvement with another man, especially one with a child, but when her best friend India introduces her to her brother Logan, Darcy cannot deny she is attracted to him.
    The Fitzgerald’s and the Collins’ families go way back and they vacation and do holidays together. Darcy’s sister is married to her ex’s brother, and Darcy cannot bring herself to celebrating the holidays with her family since Huntley will be there. When India invites her to spend the holidays with her family, she accepts.
    Will their pasts drive Logan and Darcy apart, or can the romantic backdrop of the wintry ski resort and the spirit of creating a Christmas to remember for Charlie and his cousins allow them to drop their guard?
    This is a delightful read. Susan Wiggs is a master storyteller, and CANDLELIGHT CHRISTMAS is no exception. Her characters are very believable and the plot has enough detail to keep interest high without overwhelming the reader. It is a quick read, just right for the busy holidays.
    You can read more about Susan and her books on her website Susan Wiggs, her Goodreads author page, FaceBook author page, her blog The View from Here, or on Twitter.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 30, 2014

    Mania's bio

    Mysyterous girl with red hair and blue eyes.........Parents:-error-.......Pets: a wolf....Other: she is 13.....Other-Other: just ask...

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    Posted November 25, 2014

    Calypso's Bio

    Name: Calypso Alexandria <p> Birthdate: 12/18 age 17 <p> Looks: Wavy gold-ish hair. Sea green eyes. Light freckles. Willowy body build. Ivory skin. Dimples when l smile. <p> Species: Sea nymph belonging to the company of Neptune/Posidon <p> Personality: Caring and friendly. <p> Relationship: None but interested in having one. <p> <p> Any other questions just ask me at Athenian constitution.

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    Posted November 20, 2014

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    Athenian Constitution res 11

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    Posted November 13, 2014

    Amari's Bio

    NAME- Amari June.... AGE- 14.... LOOKS- I am pretty but I am not beautiful. Blonde hair to the small of my back, blue eyes with big pupils, clear face, 5"5', average, high cheekbones, and full red lips.... PERSONALITY- I am shy and typically don't trust people, sweet, kind, very strong willed and will tell you if I dislike something, flirty.... LIKES- Little kids, sports- volleyball, basketball, track & field, softball, and 5Ks, crocheting, reading and writing, converse shoes, inspirational quotes, the season of fall, sweaters, vintage stuff, style/fashion, my favorite colors are peach, turquoise, and soft pink, the 30's and 40's, kind people and pajamas.... DISLIKES- Jerks, bossy/snobby people, chocolate chip cookies, banannas, bullies, wearing turtleneck shirts, the color purple, crocs, people who act like they are superior than you, cold weather.... Anything else?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 13, 2014

    Vallo

    Cant do my bio yet busy lol

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 12, 2014

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    At ethics res 2

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    Posted November 11, 2014

    Erek

    Age 14 hair color is brown weapons: compound bow and arrow and knive

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 12, 2014

    Horus

    Name. Horus. Age. 17. Description. Short brown hair and blue eyes tall muscular and handsome. Weapons. Will say what i have when i train. Attire. Will say when i walk in. Satus. Single. Crush. Maybey.... anything else ask. Bye.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 11, 2014

    Ethans bio

    Name: um... looks: tall blonde hair swept to the side.((not the same as justin beibers old hair but in that category)) black jeans and a shirt that says obey. Status: engaged to mel extra info: ask!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 11, 2014

    Ashlia (da'bomb) best bio eva'!!!

    Name: well aren't you a cute little bal of sunshine. Age: 17. Parantage: Daughter of Hecate. Personality:She's a fun loving gal. Party-all-day-everyday your new-beatest-friend. Loves to laugh. She hates cruel jokes, being ignored, math, and stupid people. She loves chocolate, magic, boys (the kind considerate ones actally rp'ed by boys), laughing, weird people etc. Appearances: Long brown hair that goes to her mid-lover back normally undone, her eyes have violet flares, she wears whatever. Usually skinny-ish jeans and a t-shirt. (For movement.) Other questions? Take a wild guess and ask!!! (Cheese face! :D )

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 11, 2014

    Robyn's Bio

    Hmmm well my bio isn't all that interesting but I'll tell you anyway. <br> Name: Too many. I rp as 2 names actually but..... <br> Age: Ermm in exactly 2 months, I'll be 17 so theres that <br> Personailty: Salty and thirsty lol xD <br> Im kinda short average, medium size. Brown eyes and Black hair. <br> Likes: Boys of course ^_^ Sports and music <br> Dislikes: A lot of people, school, racist big<_>ots <br> <br> Well thats it!! Im a girl btw but dont ask me aything because....No one ever asks on here anyway ^.^

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 16, 2014

    Link's updated bio

    Name link solo. Age 16. Parents Zeus. Im engaged. Likes. Friendly people sports parties legend of zelda and nightmare before christmas. Dislikes. Bullying wh<_>ores and se<_>x abuse. Anything else just ask also mustache man :-| )

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 11, 2014

    Ridley's biography

    Name: Ridley Crown Pritchett
    Age: 15
    Parents: Martin Pritchett and Athena
    Weapons: bow and arrow
    Outfit: victorian styled dresses with her hair tied up in a braided bun
    Skin tone: light
    Hair color: blonde
    Eye color: electric green
    Any other questions just ask
    Post script: I have a pet pitbull named Twinkle and a paint hrse named Splash. She weras jewelry.

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