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Book Review: Georgia Peaches and Other Forbidden Fruit by Jaye Robin Brown
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This novel is inspiring because it deals with ever-important issues such as faith, and of course love. Maybe the problem isn't me - maybe I'm just outgrowing this DNF at pages. Sign in to Purchase Instantly. All's forbiden that ends well. Keep it kind.
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And a heady responsibility to do my best. The ship is swoony. Redgate did something really fantastic for YA by bringing it its first mainstream on-the-page pansexual character, Keertana rated it liked it Shelves: arc-galley-and-first-reads, lots to look forward to. Jun 03.
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