This Nearly Was Mine

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This Nearly Was Mine is a psychologically complex account of the opportunities and obstacles put before Annie and their lasting effect on her life. Endearing and moving, this novel invites cathartic escapism for those who never stopped wondering about how different their lives would be, had they taken that other road. http://www.amazon.com/This-Nearly-Was-Mine-Novel/dp/1480800422

This Nearly Was Mine is a psychologically complex account of the opportunities…

#Book Review of #ThisNearlyWasMine from #ReadersFavorite - https://readersfavorite.com/book-review/38301  Reviewed by Michelle Stanley for Readers' Favorite  This Nearly Was Mine by Nancy Farkas relates the life of Annie, a social worker who goes to Spain in 1980 after a broken engagement. She meets Francisco, a handsome local musician, and the two have a brief relationship. Annie returns to the United States, marries Mathew and has children. She speaks fondly of Francisco and her time in…

Book review of This Nearly Was Mine

This Nearly Was Mine is a psychologically complex account of the opportunities…

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A tale of passion and commitment, this award-winning story explores the conflicts of heart and mind and the anguish our unlikely heroine feels as she goes through life.   http://www.amazon.com/This-Nearly-Was-Mine-Novel/dp/1480800422

A tale of passion and commitment, this award-winning story explores the conflicts of heart and mind and the anguish our unlikely heroine feels as she goes through life. http://www.amazon.com/This-Nearly-Was-Mine-Novel/dp/1480800422

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