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The Kids' Table

Jessie G. Talbot

Publisher: Jessie G. Talbot

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Some families' seating arrangements during the holidays makes Game of Thrones look like Bingo night. Hollin Clocke is sixteen years old and poised to take her place among the adults at last but her entire family stands in her way. She could use a friend. Justis MacNair could be much more than a friend but will his lack of trust wreck a beautiful thing? 
Join the Clocke family's celebration of food, grease fire, and heart-ache as they wrestle with the eternal question of who's growing up vs who's just growing older.

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