Real Life & Liars by Kristina Riggle PDF
By Kristina Riggle
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Sometimes you discover happiness the place, and whilst, you least anticipate it.
For Mirabelle Zielinski's young children, happiness consistently appears simply out of succeed in. Her polished oldest daughter, Katya, clings to a stale marriage with a workaholic husband and 3 spoiled kids. Her son, Ivan, so artistic, is a down-in-the-dumps songwriter with the worst style in ladies. And the "baby," impulsive Irina, who lives lifestyles on a whim, is now reluctantly pregnant and hitched to a guy who's two times her age. at the weekend in their parents' anniversary get together, lies can be printed, hearts should be broken...but love can also be came upon. And the largest surprise may well come from Mirabelle herself, simply because she has a mystery that may switch every little thing.
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Author Name: Kristina Riggle
Author Description: Kristina Riggle lives in West Michigan, the place she writes character-driven novels approximately complicated own dynamics. Her debut novel, genuine lifestyles & Liars, used to be a goal "Breakout" decide and a "Great Lakes, nice Reads" choice through the nice Lakes self sufficient Booksellers organization. Her newest novel, the total Golden international, is ready households and a group unraveled via a teacher-student affair.
Kristina has released brief tales within the Cimarron assessment, Literary Mama, coffee Fiction, and somewhere else, and is a former co-editor for fiction at Literary Mama. in addition to writing, she enjoys examining, yoga, dabbling in (very) beginner musical theatre, and spending plenty of time together with her husband, children and dog.
She appreciates readers who unfold the note approximately her books, via studies right here and round the net on the numerous publication retail sites!
Author URL: http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/2759326
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Real Life & Liars by Kristina Riggle