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Baggage Claim
Baggage Claim
Author: Tanya Michna
Two women with nothing in common except look-alike luggage embark on a journey that will transform their lives? — When Beth Overton, a stay-at-home mom, learns that her husband has fallen short on his part of their marriage bargain, she?s forced to rethink hers. But first she?s got to retrieve the luggage she?s accidentally switched with s...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780451224989
ISBN-10: 0451224981
Publication Date: 5/5/2009
Pages: 336
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.

3.3 stars, based on 26 ratings
Publisher: NAL Trade
Book Type: Paperback
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FabN46 avatar reviewed Baggage Claim on + 103 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 3
Two women, both leading very different lives, accidentally pick up each other's suitcase at an airport baggage claim. After meeting up to exchange suitcases, fate brings them together in an unexpected way, helping each woman to 'find themselves' and to change their lives for the better.

Didn't LOVE this book, but I liked it enough to finish it.
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Some of my favorite quotes from this book:

âWe're going to be grandparents, Allen. It's probably time we grew up.â
Baggage Claim by Tanya Michna Chapter 4; 23%

âNo, you don't. Carley recoiled from the very thought. What her mother and father had shared couldn't possibly be love; it was the more upper-class version of Stockholm syndrome.'
Baggage Claim by Tanya Michna Chapter 6; 32.8%

âNo.â Carley's head snapped up. Beth's nostalgia sounded to much like something Helen would say, too much like the beliefs Helen had tried to force on Carley. âA woman should be aware of her own self-worth, not depend on someone else to define it. You should never let someone else make you feel lucky for their attentions.â
Baggage Claim by Tanya Michna Chapter 9; 59.8%

âBring whatever your beverage of choice is, and that way even if the company sucks, you know you'll have a decent drink to get you through.â

'The other woman laughed. âGood rule of thumb. Some of the meetings I've been to would have been more productive, or at least entertaining, if everyone had been allowed a flask.â
Baggage Claim by Tanya Michna Chapter 11; 69.1%

'What she said was irrelevant, but her expression and tone got through to him. Like most bullies, he was a coward who didn't like to waste his time with anyone who bothered standing up to him.'
Baggage Claim by Tanya Michna Chapter 11; 69.7%


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