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The Me I Used To Be (Next Tall)
The Me I Used To Be - Next Tall
Author: Jennifer Archer
THAT WAS THEN — Me, Allyson Cole. Age sixteen. Living in the world of endless summers, of going wherever you wanted. And yes, my parents may have worried that I was riding into trouble--but I was young and in love, and growing up was something I had to do... — AND THIS IS NOW — Me, again. Allyson Cole. This time, age fifty-one. I have everything I ...  more
ISBN-13: 9780373230440
ISBN-10: 0373230443
Publication Date: 10/1/2005
Pages: 304
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Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Allyson Cole's journey to find the father of her child and maybe find the me she used to be and maybe still is. It is about a woman's self-discovery and you will not be able to put it down.
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I enjoyed this book. I thought it was a good and would maybe read it again, and Im giving it to my mom to read.
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Allyson Cole. Age sixteen. Living in the world of endless summers, of going wherever you wanted.
Allyson Cole. This time age fifty-one. She has everything she always wanted--almost. Now's the time to find what she lost. To do that she has to hit the road, and find the father of her only child. And start a journey she never could have anticpated.
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Great Summer Read!


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