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The Most Important Thing

Virginia Nelson

Publisher: Virginia Nelson

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Summary

Poppy didn't intend to go home ever again, but when she learns about her mother's breast cancer diagnosis, she changes her plans. Since she's back, her mother has a surprise up her sleeve. If Poppy stays, she will inherit half of everything. If she leaves, she's out of the will… one worth millions.  But staying means Poppy must face her twisted relationship with her mother. 
A story of love gone wrong, toxic parents, but most of all… hope.

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