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Dear Life by [Quinn, Meghan]
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Four lives. Four stories. Four sets of letters. Four brave souls in need of guidance while facing life's greatest challenges.

The anonymously published Dear Life program is designed to help them step outside of their comfort zones, face their obstacles, and relinquish their demons...and prove their existence.

With their lives teetering between wanting more and losing it all, all four souls dive into the program as a New Year’s resolution, sending them on a crazy, life-altering journey.

Dear Life,

Please be kind.

Yours truly, Hollyn, Jace, Daisy, and Carter.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1208 KB
  • Print Length: 353 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1542534291
  • Publisher: Hot-Lanta Publishing, LLC (5 January 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01MS2Z73C
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #18,559 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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Holly, Jace, Daisy, and Carter are four strangers that all have something in common, they all have experienced a major event in their lives that threw them so far off course from life's path that they all chose to join the Dear Life group to find their way.
Holly married Eric, the love of her life, at a young age. After two years of marriage Eric tragically loses his life in the line of duty as a firefighter. Six months later and life for Hollyn has stopped. She cannot find her way to stop the pain and grief she's left with after losing her soulmate.
Jace is a young Major League Baseball player that had an amazing first year of professional ball with all of the 'perks'. Until one day when Rebecca (the bartender from Phoenix) shows up on his doorstep about six months pregnant and telling him the baby will be his responsibility once she is born. Jace makes the hardest, most unselfish decision to give his baby girl up for adoption so she would not have to live in the foster care system as he did growing up.
Daisy grew up in a very sheltered home with only her grandmother in her life. She was even homeschooled her whole life so her grandmother is also her only friend.
Carter lost his parents at a very young age to drugs and was left to his Uncle Chuck to raise him. However, Uncle Chuck was not the nurturing type. He was hard on Carter. After lending Carter the money to go to school to become a professional chef he made him work off his school debt in his own kitchen at his Italian restaurant. Feeling extreme anger and acting out on it at work, his uncle added the stipulation that he join the Dear Life program or he would add more time to what he already had to work to pay off the debt.
These four strangers would unknowingly bond in the most profound way.
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What a great read, could not put down, it had it all
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By Veronica on 7 January 2017
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I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads.

Hollyn, Daisy, Jace and Carter meet when they attend a local program called Dear Life, which is designed to help them through their hard times.

Hollyn and Jace are both dealing with grief. We begin with Hollyn whose story is my nightmare. Jace's story tore me heart apart. His struggles had me crying so hard but then again, so did everyone else's.

Daisy is the positive bright spark of the group. Eager to experience life and all it has to offer. Carter is drawn to Daisy's honesty and naivety but he is a bad boy and nothing like Daisy. Cater himself feels short changed by life and is becoming bitter and negative as he sees his dreams slip away.

The story is told from the point of view of each of our characters. It is always clear whose point of view we are reading and the way the story is written allows us to get into their minds and hearts. At the end of each meeting of the Dear Life program the attendees have to write a letter to life. I loved reading their letters but I confess Carter's succinct words were my favourite.

Getting past their issues so they can live their dreams and happily ever afters is a difficult journey for our heroes and as a reader I was all in on their emotional journey and I was easily able to lose myself in their world.

Dear Life is absolutely superb, amazing, brilliant - I can't come up with enough good words. I fell like I've already read the best book of the year and we still have 51 weeks to go. Ms Quinn has set the bar exceptionally high with Dear Life. It is a must read.

Wicked Reads Review Team
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Reviewed by Sharon Thérèse

It’s difficult to imagine how four young adults with such different backgrounds find each other on a level that would become second to none. However, the beginning of the book confused me a tad and I found the pace lacking in that something I needed to keep my attention. Saying that, when their stories started to meld together, I was hooked! Personal reasons bring them together in unusual surroundings. Maybe I’m living in a cloud, but I sincerely hope that everyone that needs to vent their fears, feelings and doubts have the opportunity to be able to go to a place-haven as is Dear Life’s project. The character development is really well-thought-out by the author. In fact, I was quite taken aback by their controversial traits and loved their sassy banter, discussions and advice to one another. Now then, whether they listen and take note is another story! Each of them have a task to carry out. It’s not complicated, oh no—it’s far much more than that! If you’ve had the opportunity of seeing any of this book’s teasers, you’ll find them on our blog post and understand how they release their pent-up emotions. And folks, they're so damn original and so freakin’ touching.

I still can’t get Carter Crawford out of my mind. I adored his sarcasm, broodiness and hated his selfishness. He turned me around his little finger with a shameful ease and weaved his way into my heart. Talk about rebellious isn’t in it. He’s the bad boy! The lad who had no wish whatsoever to integrate but needed to for reasons to be divulged. He’s got a huge chip on his shoulder, blames all and sundry for his problems and can’t see further than his nose. Until… her!

“I’m Carter, and life emasculated me in every which way.”

“Care to explain?
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