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Stepping Stones
     

Stepping Stones

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by Elizabeth Morgan
 
There's nothing like a wedding to bring the family together....

If not for her baby sister's impending marriage, Margaret West would never return home. But after six long years, she finds herself a maid of honor who must answer to the people she left behind.

If her parents' interrogation doesn't drive her to drink, facing her foster brother,

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There's nothing like a wedding to bring the family together....

If not for her baby sister's impending marriage, Margaret West would never return home. But after six long years, she finds herself a maid of honor who must answer to the people she left behind.

If her parents' interrogation doesn't drive her to drink, facing her foster brother, Adrian, just might. To make matters worse, her ex-fiancé is the vicar who will conduct her sister's ceremony.

Everyone demands to know why she ran off. But the more time she spends at home, the more Margaret realizes even she doesn't know the real reason.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940149805181
Publisher:
Decadent Publishing Company, LLC
Publication date:
06/15/2014
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
231 KB

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Meet the Author

Elizabeth Morgan is a multi-published author of urban fantasy, paranormal, erotic horror, f/f, and contemporary; all with a degree of romance, a dose of action and a hit of sarcasm, sizzle or blood, but you can be sure that no matter what the genre, Elizabeth always manages to give a unique and often humorous spin to her stories.

Like her tagline says; A pick ‘n’ mix genre author. ?I’m not greedy. I just like variety.”

And that she does, author of paranormal erotic horror and UK & Australian Amazon best seller (Gay/Lesbian, Fiction, Lesbian), On the Rocks, and erotic romance, UK and Spanish Amazon bestseller (Erotica Short Story) Truth or Dare?

Away from the computer, Elizabeth can be found in the garden trying hard not to kill her plants, dancing around her little cottage with the radio on while she cleans, watching movies or good television programmes – Dr Who? Atlantis? The Musketeers? Heck, yes! – Or curled up with her two cats reading a book.

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Stepping Stones 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
sportochick More than 1 year ago
This book kept me intrigued to the very last sentence as Margaret works through why she ran away. Ms Morgan did an excellent job of creating the anxiety in me that Margaret was feeling over her decision that shatters her family and an ex-fiancé 6 years previous.  This was really a beautiful example of how loving someone, the right someone is never the wrong thing to do. To see the full review visit my blog: sportochicksmusings.blogspot .com
Bex_n_Books More than 1 year ago
Reviewer: Vicki Rating: 4 out of 5 Fairies I really enjoyed this book. It is a sweet and heartfelt story of how a person can be insecure of their feelings and not know how to face them. I could feel what the main character, Maggie, was feeling as she struggled to come to terms with her decisions in her life and how she didn’t understand why she made them. When the realization hits her why, the outcome lead up to a touching ending. Disclosure: This book was provided by the author to Bex 'n' Books in exchange for an HONEST and not necessarily positive review.
HughSmith More than 1 year ago
A few pages into Elizabeth Morgan’s Stepping Stones I found myself not liking her main character very much. Maggie was indecisive and insecure, and had a talent for annoying the people around her. As I read on, I realized there was no difference between Maggie and any of us. We can all be indecisive and insecure, and we all annoy our loved ones from occasionally. We all make mistakes have regrets, and we all hope or have hoped to one day find a love of our own. Enjoyable as it was, the book would have been even more so had the author left more to our imaginations. Maggie’s world is one long stream of consciousness, she tells us everything rather than helping us to come to our own conclusions. Still, Stepping Stones is an enjoyable read and one I would recommend. I was provided a copy of the book by BTS eMag for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review – all conclusions are my own responsibility.