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Secrets Lies and Online Dating

Sylvia McDaniel

Publisher: Sylvia McDaniel

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Summary

One lie changes the course of three lives…  
 
When Marianne Larson uncovers a truth about her marriage, she sets out to change the course of her life, finding herself along the way. But that journey doesn’t come easy as her mother and daughter decide to take a ride of their own–a ride that just might change all of their lives.  
 
While discovering secrets, lies, and the truth about men & dating, three generations and three very different personalities recreate their lives and strengthen their female bond. But what they find might just be what they knew all along… 

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