[Read] ➱ Wishing Well By Kaitlyn Oruska – Moi-sosedi.info

Wishing Well For Emma Hinkley, Leaving Her Hometown After High School Was Hard Leaving Her Best Friend Alison Was Even Harder Inseparable Since The First Day Of First Grade, A Future Without Each Other Was Never Part Of The Plan.More Than A Decade Later, Emma Has A New Life In Philadelphia And Alison Is Still In Brookside, Battling Her Demons Emma Became A Successful Defense Attorney, Married And Then Divorced Alison Became A Mother And Tried Unsuccessfully To Fight Her Addictions After A Disagreement And A Year Of Silence, Emma Receives A Phone Call That Changes Everything Alison Is Missing.Emma Returns To Brookside To Find Her With The Help Of Alison S Ex Boyfriend, Lachlan Emma Never Supported Their Relationship, But Finds Herself Drawn To Him As They Share Their Doubts And Fears About Alison S Whereabouts In The Mix Of All Of This Is Amelie, The Seven Year Old Daughter Alison Left Behind Emma S Life Is Again Turned Upside Down When She Begins To Suspect The Man She S Falling For Might Know About Alison S Disappearance Than He S Letting On Will She Be Able To Bring Alison Home, Or Is It Already Too Late Set Against A Backdrop Of Beautiful Shenandoah Valley Scenery, Wishing Well Is A Standalone Novel About Best Friends, Falling For The Wrong Person At The Wrong Time, And The Side Effects Of Loving Someone Struggling With Addiction. Actual rating 3.5This was a decent read.I felt quite sorry for Emma in this, as the things she had to cope with in her life were really tough There was a few points in this where I just wanted them to hurry up and find out what was g Now live ve read other books by Oruska, and I always get pulled into her world, often thinking I won t come back until I finish the last page and have to take a breath In her last series, her writing amazed me, but it wasn t so much the story that I connected with This wasn t the case for Wishing Well.In this story we meet a profound and intense heroine Emma s thoughts are as clear as they are muddled, and it keeps you turning the pages to figure out Now live ve read other books by Oruska, and I always get pulled into her world, often thinking I won t come back until I finish the last page and have to take a b I can t run out of good things to say about this book Kaitlyn Oruska tackles the issue of substance abuse, and the friends and family members struggling to understand it, with wisdom and grace The characters are flawed, yet believable Even though I ve never had a loved one struggle with this issue, I was drawn in to the lives of these characters and finding myself empathizing with them There are so many questions implicitly asked of readers how do you love someone when you don t fully under I can t run out of goo

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