#TFBRC- Nov 6, 2018


Okay, confession: I gravitate towards heartbreakers. I am not sure why (and often need a “pick me up” after), but for some reason they draw my attention and suck me in. I would say the majority of heartbreakers I read are WWII related, but not all of them. I’ll share a few here:

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okay, maybe that was more than a few lol. Let’s just say I’ve read a lot of heartbreakers that have totally stuck with me. How about you? Have you read any of these or have another to add to the list? share in the comments below!


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3 thoughts on “#TFBRC- Nov 6, 2018

  1. I enjoy reading a good heartbreaker every now and then. One that is memorable to me is Even Now by Karen Kingsbury. I was so distraught after reading it that I couldn’t read the sequel!

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