Maggie

Maggie

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by Alicia Hope
     
 

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'Maggie', a short story with real heart, set in a small farming community in rural Western Australia.

A symbol of love and compassion,’ he whispered, pressing the cool stone into her hot hand—a hand wet with tears brushed from her face.
She blinked and gazed at her pale palm. The dark object resting in its centre floated into view through the

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'Maggie', a short story with real heart, set in a small farming community in rural Western Australia.

A symbol of love and compassion,’ he whispered, pressing the cool stone into her hot hand—a hand wet with tears brushed from her face.
She blinked and gazed at her pale palm. The dark object resting in its centre floated into view through the watery haze across her eyes. A garnet, and not just any garnet. Her garnet. The gift from him, to keep forever. The gift she’d lost, but which had somehow found its way back to her, the way Mal never had....

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940032997863
Publisher:
Alicia Hope
Publication date:
01/15/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
445 KB

Meet the Author

Alicia Hope, human resources professional, bass player, bird lover, and author of women's fiction, lives in one of the most beautiful parts of Australia with her author husband and their two pet birds. Alicia's stories feature credible characters in realistic situations and (mostly) Australian settings. Hers are feel-good books that readers of any age can curl up with on a rainy afternoon - or any time! - and enjoy. She suggests accompanying them with a barista-quality espresso and a generous slab of fine chocolate, and wishes her readers, 'Bon appétit!'

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Maggie 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is very good. It is a quick read. Thanks for the free read. Good job. J......
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A book about life. A great, short, interesting read. I liked it very much. 14+JS.
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