Beard Necessities (Winston Brothers, #7) harlequin historical

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Camino Rios Lives For The Summers When Her Father Visits Her In The Dominican Republic But This Time, On The Day When His Plane Is Supposed To Land, Camino Arrives At The Airport To See Crowds Of Crying PeopleIn New York City, Yahaira Rios Is Called To The Principal S Office, Where Her Mother Is Waiting To Tell Her That Her Father, Her Hero, Has Died In A Plane CrashSeparated By Distance And Papi S Secrets The Two Girls Are Forced To Face A New Reality In Which Their Father Is Dead And Their Lives Are Forever Altered And Then, When It Seems Like They Ve Lost Everything Of Their Father, They Learn Of Each OtherPapi S Death Uncovers All The Painful Truths He Kept Hidden, And The Love He Divided Across An Ocean And Now, Camino And Yahaira Are Both Left To Grapple With What This New Sister Means To Them, And What It Will Now Take To Keep Their Dreams AliveIn A Dual Narrative Novel In Verse That Brims With Both Grief And Love, Award Winning And Bestselling Author Elizabeth Acevedo Writes About The Devastation Of Loss, The Difficulty Of Forgiveness, And The Bittersweet Bonds That Shape Our Lives


10 thoughts on “Clap When You Land

  1. says:

    I don t need to read the blurb to know that I will be reading this book No diggety, no doubt.


  2. says:

    So this cover pops up in my feed and I m like Wow.And then I read the synopsys and my mind is like Damn, this would probably be great on audiobook format, but maybe I m just picturing this as an Elizabeth Acevedo type of thing And then I looked up to actually see who wrote this.I swear to god you can smell this woman s talent.


  3. says:

    I just preordered this I never preorder books Elizabeth Acevedo is just that good Duh.


  4. says:

    I m so in love with this author The fact she is Dominican only increases my love for her I m Dominican too.I can only say the way she writes all these verses in her books are so painful but at the same time so enchanting because she knows and describes how Dominican culture is and how the young Dominican generation suffers.So I just gonna say to Elizabeth Dale pa all vieja y gracias por decir tantas cosas que nos callamos.


  5. says:

    Twitter 2020 MOST ANTICIPATED BOOKS

    I was hesitant at first to read The Poet X due to it being in prose, and I felt like I would not enjoy reading that since I don t really like poetry But I read the first couple of pages while in Barnes and Noble, and was completely blown away So I absolutely cannot wait to read another book from this author, especially one in prose This is definitely one of my top books to read in 2020


  6. says:

    A brilliant novel and a raw and honest depiction of Dominican identity, sisterhood and family Elizabeth Acevedo never disappoints


  7. says:

    I will read literally anything Elizabeth Acevedo writes She s such a goddamn treasure.


  8. says:

    Wait. This is another verse novel from our Queen Acevedo Sign me up.


  9. says:

    You d better believe I finagled my way to ALA to snag an ARC of this Liz is BACK, speaking big truths in short verses When their Papi dies in a tragic accident, Camino and Yahaira s lives begin to unravel in ways they could never have imagined, considering they never even knew the other existed Around the black hole left by an imperfect man, powerful women orbit one another learning where their paths have diverged and crossed, and where they may need to work to find just a little space for each other A masterful tale of sisterhood in every meaning of the word.


  10. says:

    WOW Elizabeth Acevedo has done it again She is an amazing author with two other great books, but this one is even better than the last, if that s possible One man, two daughters who don t know about each other, and many secrets A plane crash unearth s this man s secrets and why he lives in NY from Oct May, and the DR from June Sept.Pick it up to see what happens with these two young ladies who are dealing with so much already.Told in verse, another home run for Acevedo