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LEARNING TO BREATHE
by Karen White

Genre: Mainstream, General Mainstream Fiction

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Beautifully written, White's latest is full of emotional drama and well-crafted characters. Heartache and past tragedies are revealed in this one-of-a-kind novel, which centers on newfound love and second chances.

Brenna O'Brien, the youngest of her sisters, owns an old movie theater in a small Louisiana town. When former flame Pierce McGovern returns to town to open a multiplex and settle his father in a nursing home, Brenna becomes confused about her feelings for Pierce, who left years before without even saying goodbye.

As the romantic tension builds between them, Brenna decides to marry another man, a good friend.
But when Pierce's father shares
some old letters with Brenna, she
realizes how rare true love is and
must decide whether to risk her heart for a second chance with Pierce.
(NAL, Mar., 304 pp., $14.00)

Reviewed By: Sheri Melnick

Publisher: NAL

Published: March 2007

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