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The Still Life of Hannah Morgan by [Deeprose, Lora]
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Length: 352 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
Page Flip: Enabled Language: English

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“The longer you choose to play it safe, the more miserable your life will become. The universe rewards risk my dear; you know what you need to do.”

Hannah Morgan’s life is at a standstill. Her dreams of becoming an artist vanished with the sudden death of her grandmother and mentor. To appease her distant and disapproving mother, Hannah gets a respectable job at a high-end day spa.

Instead of painting masterpieces, Hannah spends her days painting nails and giving facials to wealthy women. Her dreams for the future have become a hideous nightmare. And, it just keeps getting worse. She catches her boyfriend cheating, loses her job and has to watch from the sidelines as her best friend Jasmine Blue goes after her own dreams of owning her own salon.

When she meets Aaron, a working artist, Hannah finds a kindred spirit. And, to her surprise, she finds the courage to follow her dreams.

When circumstances beyond her control threaten to destroy both her relationship with Aaron and her dreams of a bright future, Hannah fears her mother was right; that some dreams aren’t meant to come true.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 863 KB
  • Print Length: 352 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1940510287
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Marion Margaret Press; 3 edition (28 February 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) (May include reviews from Early Reviewer Rewards Program) 4.0 out of 5 stars 3 reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars A fun story that inspires self-improvement 9 March 2017
By Elisa - Published on
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This book was exactly what I hoped for, but with additional plot details and twists I didn't see coming. I like that it is almost a manual for personal growth. The characters were very likeable and I could relate to a lot of what the main character went through. I especially enjoyed watching her work through her family issues, I found her relationship with her mother very intriguing. I applaud writers who can create an interesting plot without using violence or triggering content to get there.
This was a lovely distraction from daily life, planting some seeds for self-improvement, just what I wanted!
4.0 out of 5 stars Definitely a chick book 27 September 2013
By rls1984 - Published on
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The exerpt text seemed to be interestingly mundane, so I decided to read the book, even though I'm of the wrong biological genre for romantic novels built around the particular subject matter of this book (working in a spa, female viewpoint of relationships with men, etc). I do like books that have the artistic dimension needed to imbue ordinary slice of life scenarios with appeal . It was a very easy read, and I laughed at a few of the "girl has no luck" scenarios, built around the main character, who is relentlessly followed by a black cloud throughout the first half.

The third quarter of the book slowed down a little, and I found myself speed reading it, but the fourth quarter finished well (for the protagonist). I wouldn't recommend it for my (guy) acquantances, but have already recommended it for female ones ...
4.0 out of 5 stars A good read. 11 September 2016
By katie_83 - Published on
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Reviewed on behalf of 2 girls who love books blog.

I thought this book started off really strong but I have to say it did sort of lose me towards the end. I did enjoy it though but did feel the start was better.

I thought Hannah was hilarious at the beginning - when she took her clients eyebrow off with the wax had me laughing out loud! She didn't do very well working at the high-end day spa! Hannah desperately wanted to be an artist but to appease her parents, especially her Mother, she trained to work in a day spa, even though she hated every minute of it. Eventually Hannah follows her dream of becoming an artist with the help of her best friend and handsome artist Aaron.

I liked the characters but I will admit I couldn't connect with them like I wanted to. I'm not quite sure what role Christian had in the story as he popped up at the beginning and had a quick encounter with Hannah and then at the very end he showed up again. I'm sure the story would have been just as good without him in it. I loved Aaron I thought he was so kind and patient and really encourage Hannah to go for her dreams.
Hannah didn't have a very good relationship with her Mother and I think at the end it would have been nice to find out why her Mother had hung up the painting that Hannah did for her when she hated it as much as she appeared to when it was given to her at Christmas.

Overall a good story with a unique story line, it definitely had potential to be 4.5 stars if some of the gaps in the story had been filled in.

I give The Still Life of Hannah Morgan 4 stars.
4.0 out of 5 stars but isn’t that like the rest of us 10 September 2016
By PEaton - Published on
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Man does Hannah get the short end of the stick sometimes. But to be honest, some of her problems could have been avoided, but isn’t that like the rest of us. I really liked how relatable Hannah is. You could see yourself not pushing for your dreams, or in a job that you can’t stand. It was also really interesting watching Hannah and the relationship with her mother. It also made me really grateful for the relationship I have with my mother. As far as the other characters were concerned, I wish we saw more of her and Aaron. What we did see I loved, but I wish there was more. The building of their friendship was great, but I wanted more. With Jas, I really liked her character and how it showed a friend should be. I think if there was a little less in her head and a little more with the characters around her, it would have made the book amazing. However, I did enjoy this book. It moved really quickly and kept me engaged. A little warning, there is one sexual situation, but it was behind the scenes. So I can’t classify this as a sweet romance. I would recommend this book. We were given a copy by Loving the Book in exchange for an honest review.

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