It was an existence of chaos, uncertainty, unhappiness, and sadness, and I knew for certain that to survive it, I needed an anchor, a center, a girl-back-home. I needed Chloe.
Or someone like Chloe.
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David Samuel Levinson ~ author of Antonia Lively Breaks the Silence
"Pitch perfect, self-deprecating humor."
Nan Cuba ~ author of Body and Bread
"[A] rollicking carnival of a debut novel. . . . Hudder exhibits superlative comedic talent."
Michelle Newby ~ Lone Star Literary Life
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