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Seize the Donut [Reading] ➾ Seize the Donut ➵ Rachel Barnard – Thomashillier.co.uk Friendships should never be taken for grantedThe ups and downs of high school forged an unbreakable bond between Vanessa and Nichole Summer s over and Vanessa is preparing for life at the local libera Friendships should never be taken for grantedThe ups and downs of high school forged an unbreakable bond between Vanessa and Nichole Summer s over and Vanessa is preparing for life at the local liberal arts college Without her best friend by her side, Vanessa starts to chart her own path Navigating new friendships and Seize the PDF \ relationships proves easier said than doneNichole got kicked out of her mother s house, lives with strangers in a sketchy neighborhood and commutes across town for her job in retail She doesn t always make the right choices and she has only herself to blame when things go wrongSomething s gotta give Who will make the first move or will fate intervene to remind each of them of the importance of their bond.

  • ebook
  • 270 pages
  • Seize the Donut
  • Rachel Barnard
  • 15 April 2019
  • 1944022074

About the Author: Rachel Barnard

Rachel Barnard is a Pacific Northwester from Florida who is always looking to work the changes in her life into a story, plot, or character.



6 thoughts on “Seize the Donut

  1. Andrea Huelsenbeck Andrea Huelsenbeck says:

    This is the sequel to Donuts in an Empty Field, which I reviewed in 2016 Seize the Donut follows the first book s main characters after they graduate from high school.Vanessa goes to nearby New College and lives in the dorm She makes two new friends, Hazel and Zelda, and tries some new things, like interpretive dance, but she still hasn t resolved her grief of losing her father, and it manifests as an eating disorder.Wild child Nichole has a fight with her mother and moves out without a plan, This is the sequel to Donuts in an Empty Field, which I reviewed in 2016 Seize the Donut follows the first book s main characters after they graduate from high school.Vanessa goes to nearby New College and lives in the dorm She makes two new friends, Hazel and Zelda, and tries some new things, like interpretive dance, but she still hasn t resolved her grief of losing her father, and it manifests as an eating disorder.Wild child Nichole has a fight with her mother and moves out without a plan, confident she can make her own way in the world She predictably moves from disaster to disaster.Vanessa and Nichole used to be best friends, but they alienate themselves from each other When Vanessa meets Jax, who seems interested in her, she does whatever she can to keep him, including ditching Hazel and Zelda.Mutual friends keep telling Nichole that Vanessa needs her, but every time Nichole reaches out, she gets shot down, until Vanessa hits bottom.This book is just okay I really liked the first one, and I expected the second one to be at least as good, but it disappointed me

  2. Victoria Bastedo Victoria Bastedo says:

    This gripping story is the second in the series Nichole is Vanessa s support, and yet, in this tale, they both lose sight of keeping their path together We almost lose sight of Nichole completely, as she navigates finding a home and learning who to trust Donuts can be relied on for many things an instant of pleasure and the reliability of tasting great But be careful to seize on to your friends as well I started this story and worried for Nichole s situation Alarm bells were going off, and This gripping story is the second in the series Nichole is Vanessa s support, and yet, in this tale, they both lose sight of keeping their path together We almost lose sight of Nichole completely, as she navigates finding a home and learning who to trust Donuts can be relied on for many things an instant of pleasure and the reliability of tasting great But be careful to seize on to your friends as well I started this story and worried for Nichole s situation Alarm bells were going off, and I nearly spoke to the book several times to warn her Well paced, hard to put down, and the donuts described might ve made me a little hungry I m looking forward to the next installment

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