Letting Go

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MIRA, 2003 - Fiction - 376 pages
9 Reviews
Forced to move in with her mother, a man-hungry serial bride, after her husband dies, leaving her broke and homeless, fortysomething Ellen Jameson, her daughter Amber, and her granddaughter Jet, must come to terms with their new situation as they attempt to forge their own destinies.. Original.

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User Review  - Corduroy7 - LibraryThing

This was only my third title by Pamela Morsi but it won't be such a long interval until the next one. Letting Go is a treasure not only as a story about 4 generations of women in the setting of San ... Read full review

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User Review  - Ferne - Goodreads

This was only my third title by Pamela Morsi but it won't be such a long interval until the next one. Letting Go is a treasure not only as a story about 4 generations of women in the setting of San ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
27
Section 3
48
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Pamela Morsi Pamela Morse is one of romance's fastest rising stars. Winner of the 1992 Rita for Best Historical Romance, Pamela is the author of Garters and the soon-to-be released Wild Oats. A former medical librarian, she lives with her husband and daughter in South Carolina.

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