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Dear Heart, Let Him Go.

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December has lived her life like a villianess in Aurora’s love story. First she took her identity and became the daughter of an influential family, December fell in love witha. Guy named August, he got engaged to her but he had someone else in his heart all along, and that someone else was the real Aurora. December did all sorts of wicked things to separate the two but wasn’t successful until she killed Aurora out of jealousy. December started regretting everything, until one day a guy appeared in her life and asked her for a tear and he will take her back in time. Read the story if how December fixed her past, and how she realised that she wasn’t the reason Of Aurora’s death.

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This is an extremely high quality read. The story telling, world building and characters are all stellar and make for an authentic reading experience. The protagonist December is especially well-rounded and has a rich personality with her own unique character quirks. I'm actually really intrigued to connect the story December is being told at the start to her real life. There seems to be a real intriguing premise brewing beneath the surface of this one. Spelling and grammar are tight, with minimal to no typos and the prose flows really nicely in short and snappy paragraphs for ease of reading. I strongly recommend giving this one a go. I sense a very bright future for this author and her work.

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