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Learning To Love Again

By Csmith All Rights Reserved ©

Other / Adventure

Blurb

A foster child in the big world is a new experience especially when she hasn't been able to find her worth and when she leaves her bad foster parents and on top of finding her worth she can't let her past define her and let anyone know the in between.

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Fairlee-Bree is the youngest child of four children. She has two sisters and two brothers and her sister savannah isn’t in her life that much and her other sister Anna-Grace is giving her a hard time for being different from her. Fairlee-Bree has two brothers David and Lincoln. David tries to help Fairlee-Bree accept herself for being different and David wants Fairlee-Bree to learn not to listen to her peers and know she is perfect the way she is. David helps Fairlee-Bree then Anna-Grace and Lincoln convinces Fairlee-Bree the opposite leaving her picking up herself after Anna-Grace and Lincoln convinced her the opposite of what David was trying to help her with. Fairlee-Bree is being convinced she is what her peers tell her she is and David doesn’t like this but he can’t really help her as much as he needs to heal her.Fairlee-Bree is struggling to heal from what Anna-Grace and Lincoln put her through and she learns to look at things from a different perspective.

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