The Shoe Diaries

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Harlequin, Jan 25, 2022 - Fiction - 224 pages
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It’s never too late to put your best foot forward

From the outside, Reagan “Rae” Doucet has it all: a coveted career in Washington, DC, a tight circle of friends and a shoe closet to die for. When one of her crew falls ill, however, Rae is done playing it safe. The talented but unfulfilled writer makes a “risk list” to revamp her life. But forgiving her ex, Jake Saunders, might be one risk too many…

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For me, this was just an okay book. I had a hard time liking the main character, Rae. Early in the book, she seems to have a constant litany of complaints, from her job to her love life, but no ... Read full review

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Theres No Point in Owning Perfect Shoes that Never

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Darby Baham (she/her) is a New Yorker of five plus years who has had personal blog posts appear in The Washington Post’s relationship vertical and worked in the communications industry for more than two decades. Originally from New Orleans, La, she lived in the Washington, DC area for fifteen years, where she cultivated a beautiful, sprawling shoe closet and met some of the best people in her orbit.

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