I love the sound of this book. I'm imagining Sophie to possibly be an annoying sister by thinking she has all the answers. You know how it's usually easier to see solutions to someone else's problems? Sophie sounds like she's going to find this out. Maybe the hard way, lol. Read on! :)
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Somewhere Between Black and White
By- Shelly Hickman
Genre- Contemporary Romance
When approaching life’s problems, Sophie sees in black and white. That is, when they’re someone else’s problems. So when it comes to her sister, Sophie is sure she has all the answers, and offers them without hesitation. If only her sister would listen.
Then, through a series of chance encounters, she meets Sam, who is witty, kind, and downright unflappable. Sophie has the overwhelming sense that she’s known him before, and as a relationship builds between them, odd visions invade her mind. Though she tries to dismiss them, their persistence will not allow it.
As someone who is quick to judge others, she is intrigued by Sam’s ability to accept people as they are. She begins to see him as a role model, but try as she may, his accepting nature is difficult to emulate.
Will Sophie ever be able to put her hasty judgments aside and realize not every problem has a simple solution?
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