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A heavy book in two ways, quite a chunkster in pages and a heavy topic that at times was hard to swallow, but in a good way. From the beginning you fall head over heals for Camille, a mother of two young children who are on the cusp of the teenage years and need a mother now more than ever. She has already battled cancer once and now facing it again, the prospects look grim. With a profession as a match-maker, she decides that fixing her husband up with a future partner will help the family avoid undue heartache and pain when she leaves them.
Review: The Replacement WifeUser Review - Monique - Goodreads
Full review on my blog I really wanted to like this one and had high hopes for it. But my hopes were dashed. My main problem was that he characters did not grow. Which is a problem, because ... Read full review
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