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In a dazzling career spanning a dozen acclaimed novels, Kristin Hannah has distinguished herself as an amazingly sensitive writer who can tap into the deepest, most precious mysteries of the heart. If You Believe is one of her finest books--a timeless tale of two lonely people who witness the miracle of second chances. Mariah Throckmorton was hiding from a past filled with In a dazzling career spanning a dozen acclaimed novels, Kristin Hannah has distinguished herself as an amazingly sensitive writer who can tap into the deepest, most precious mysteries of the heart. If You Believe is one of her finest books--a timeless tale of two lonely people who witness the miracle of second chances. Mariah Throckmorton was hiding from a past filled with scandal. Mad Dog Stone was a drifter looking for a few days' work. He walked into her life, threatening Mariah's peace of mind and stirring emotions she tried to hide. Their love was born against all odds, difficult to count on, impossible to hold. Together they would learn the bittersweet truth--that love exists only if you believe. . . .


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In a dazzling career spanning a dozen acclaimed novels, Kristin Hannah has distinguished herself as an amazingly sensitive writer who can tap into the deepest, most precious mysteries of the heart. If You Believe is one of her finest books--a timeless tale of two lonely people who witness the miracle of second chances. Mariah Throckmorton was hiding from a past filled with In a dazzling career spanning a dozen acclaimed novels, Kristin Hannah has distinguished herself as an amazingly sensitive writer who can tap into the deepest, most precious mysteries of the heart. If You Believe is one of her finest books--a timeless tale of two lonely people who witness the miracle of second chances. Mariah Throckmorton was hiding from a past filled with scandal. Mad Dog Stone was a drifter looking for a few days' work. He walked into her life, threatening Mariah's peace of mind and stirring emotions she tried to hide. Their love was born against all odds, difficult to count on, impossible to hold. Together they would learn the bittersweet truth--that love exists only if you believe. . . .

30 review for If You Believe

  1. 5 out of 5

    Bark | Ladies Of Horror Fiction

    If you haven't read Kristen Hannah's IF YOU BELIEVE you are missing out on one of the best character driven, emotionally wrenching stories the genre has to offer. Mad Dog Stone is a fighter who works odd jobs in between matches. He never stays in one place long enough to form any kind of emotional attachment and has broken many a heart along the way. His life is about to change when he answers an add for free room and board in exchange for a little work at the Throckmorton apple orchard. How har If you haven't read Kristen Hannah's IF YOU BELIEVE you are missing out on one of the best character driven, emotionally wrenching stories the genre has to offer. Mad Dog Stone is a fighter who works odd jobs in between matches. He never stays in one place long enough to form any kind of emotional attachment and has broken many a heart along the way. His life is about to change when he answers an add for free room and board in exchange for a little work at the Throckmorton apple orchard. How hard can picking apples be after all? The last thing Mariah Throckmorton wants is change in her life, especially in the form of a big, shiftless male. She is living in a self imposed exile while hiding from a scandalous past and a tragedy she has never allowed herself to recover from. She does her darnedest to get this lazy critter off of her farm, which tends to make him all the more determined to hang around and take whatever new torture disguised as work she dishes out. She intrigues him as no other woman has and her obliviousness to his charms makes her all the more alluring. The author writes with such emotional intensity I found myself either smiling or crying on nearly every page. She skillfully blends raucous wit with tender and heartbreakingly painful moments of emotion making If You Believe a powerful, not soon to be forgotten read. You won't find any fancy locales or wacky adventures in this book. What you will find is an honest down to earth book about two lonely people overcoming their fear of emotional intimacy and learning about the healing powers of love. What more could a reader ask for? A full box of Kleenex read and a definite keeper!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Beccalarge

    It's a good thing this wasn't the first Kristin Hannah novel I read, because it would have for sure been the last. One of her first novels, written when I presume she was trying to be a Harlequin romance novelist. Seriously, it was hard for me to believe this was the same author who wrote "Winter Garden" and "Firefly Lane". Not only did it read like a dime store romance novel...the lonely spinster with a broken heart who vows never to love again and the handsome drifter who refuses to settle in It's a good thing this wasn't the first Kristin Hannah novel I read, because it would have for sure been the last. One of her first novels, written when I presume she was trying to be a Harlequin romance novelist. Seriously, it was hard for me to believe this was the same author who wrote "Winter Garden" and "Firefly Lane". Not only did it read like a dime store romance novel...the lonely spinster with a broken heart who vows never to love again and the handsome drifter who refuses to settle in one place or ever be with one woman, that is until he meets her... That's it. You know the rest of the silly, predictable story, that really is not a story at all, just lots of repetitive writing (really, I think the entire book could have been told in 20 pages) with plenty of cliched love scenes thrown in (complete with words like heaving and groaning...oh brother!) Even the death (and I am starting to think that death might be a common theme in all her books?) scene felt forced and manipulated, just something thrown in to make the reader cry (which I didn't), the heroine even more lonely and desperate and the drifter feel trapped enough to leave... If you are a Kristin Hannah fan, and you want to stay that way, don't read this book.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Amber

    Mad Dog Stone is a fighter. When he goes to take a job at an Apple Farm, he turns young Mariah's world upside-down. Will he be able to stay long enough to change her life for the better or will he leave again? Read on and find out for yourself. This was a pretty good Kristin Hannah novel about love, family, and healing. If you like those types of stories, be sure to check this book out at your local library and wherever books and ebooks are sold. Mad Dog Stone is a fighter. When he goes to take a job at an Apple Farm, he turns young Mariah's world upside-down. Will he be able to stay long enough to change her life for the better or will he leave again? Read on and find out for yourself. This was a pretty good Kristin Hannah novel about love, family, and healing. If you like those types of stories, be sure to check this book out at your local library and wherever books and ebooks are sold.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Nancy

    Come on, how do you get intimate whispering "Mad Dog"??? I liked the book but the name kept throwing me off, even in normal conversion. Come on, how do you get intimate whispering "Mad Dog"??? I liked the book but the name kept throwing me off, even in normal conversion.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Meital Ben-Daniel

    Another beautiful book by Kristin Hanna. A love against all odds found in the most unlikely places. I liked it and recommend it !!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Sheila Bonnett

    I read this book in under 24 hours - I could not put it down and needed to find out what happened! I am also loving the small little connections that KH makes between characters in different books - an precious student in another city, or seeing the same psychiatrist - I just love the threads of connection that she is weaving and excited to continue to uncover more!

  7. 4 out of 5

    عمران ابن مصر

    If you haven't read Kristen Hannah's IF YOU BELIEVE you are missing out on one of the best character driven, emotionally wrenching stories the genre has to offer. Mad Dog Stone is a fighter who works odd jobs in between matches. He never stays in one place long enough to form any kind of emotional attachment and has broken many a heart along the way. His life is about to change when he answers an add for free room and board in exchange for a little work at the Throckmorton apple orchard. How har If you haven't read Kristen Hannah's IF YOU BELIEVE you are missing out on one of the best character driven, emotionally wrenching stories the genre has to offer. Mad Dog Stone is a fighter who works odd jobs in between matches. He never stays in one place long enough to form any kind of emotional attachment and has broken many a heart along the way. His life is about to change when he answers an add for free room and board in exchange for a little work at the Throckmorton apple orchard. How hard can picking apples be after all?The last thing Mariah Throckmorton wants is change in her life, especially in the form of a big, shiftless male. She is living in a self imposed exile while hiding from a scandalous past and a tragedy she has never allowed herself to recover from. She does her darnedest to get this lazy critter off of her farm, which tends to make him all the more determined to hang around and take whatever new torture disguised as work she dishes out. She intrigues him as no other woman has and her obliviousness to his charms makes her all the more alluring.The author writes with such emotional intensity I found myself either smiling or crying on nearly every page. She skillfully blends raucous wit with tender and heartbreakingly painful moments of emotion making If You Believe a powerful, not soon to be forgotten read. You won't find any fancy locales or wacky adventures in this book. What you will find is an honest down to earth book about two lonely people overcoming their fear of emotional intimacy and learning about the healing powers of love. What more could a reader ask for?A full box of Kleenex read and a definite keeper!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Sharon Metcalf

    2.5 rounded up to 3 stars If I'm honest, I'd have to say I was disappointed by this book which simply didn't feel like it was written by Kristin Hannah. This was a historical novel in the style of many romance books I've read and unfortunately it felt formulaic to me. Whilst I still enjoyed the book, and never doubted I'd finish it, I was not drawn into the web of these characters the way I normally am by Kristin Hannah. Mad Dog was the bad boy - a boxer, a drifter, a man with a penchant for whor 2.5 rounded up to 3 stars If I'm honest, I'd have to say I was disappointed by this book which simply didn't feel like it was written by Kristin Hannah. This was a historical novel in the style of many romance books I've read and unfortunately it felt formulaic to me. Whilst I still enjoyed the book, and never doubted I'd finish it, I was not drawn into the web of these characters the way I normally am by Kristin Hannah. Mad Dog was the bad boy - a boxer, a drifter, a man with a penchant for whores and tequila. A man who never stays anywhere and who likes his life that way. Mariah is a 34 year old spinster living the life of a recluse with her elderly father on a remote farm. She was stern, uptight, practised at repressing her emotions and living her life largely without happiness. When Mad Dog and Mariah's paths cross, first impressions are that they couldn't be more different. There was a token attempt at making it appear that way but within a matter of days Mad Dog wasn't portrayed as much of a bad boy and the uptight Mariah was struggling to repress her passion. Don't get me wrong, I'm often satisfied with a sappy romance with a happily ever after ending, it's just that I wasn't expecting that book from Kristin Hannah.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

    Reminiscent of LaVyrle Spencer's early works, If You Believe is a lovely and emotional historical romance from Kristin Hannah, perhaps better known now for her excellent contemporary novels (Firefly Lane, etc). She has always had a deft hand with creating realistic, likable and complex narratives, whatever the setting. In 1890s Washington State, drifter/boxer/frustrated writer "Mad Dog" Stone hires on as a handyman to the Throckmorton household/orchard, comprised of a lonely widower and his agor Reminiscent of LaVyrle Spencer's early works, If You Believe is a lovely and emotional historical romance from Kristin Hannah, perhaps better known now for her excellent contemporary novels (Firefly Lane, etc). She has always had a deft hand with creating realistic, likable and complex narratives, whatever the setting. In 1890s Washington State, drifter/boxer/frustrated writer "Mad Dog" Stone hires on as a handyman to the Throckmorton household/orchard, comprised of a lonely widower and his agoraphobic daughter, Mariah. How their lives come together through the harvest season and how each of them confronts loss, love and the demons each carry with them makes for an absorbing and resonant tale.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    I can understand why this was a difficult story to tell. My husband & best friend died 5 years ago & I still can't cry. I can't describe the loneliness without him. But I think it helped to read this book, helps to have someone else's feelings about it put into words. There's no one I can talk to about how I feel. So I thank you for writing a story so full of feelings shared by many I'm sure. I read all of Kristen Hannah books I find. They are full of insights. I can understand why this was a difficult story to tell. My husband & best friend died 5 years ago & I still can't cry. I can't describe the loneliness without him. But I think it helped to read this book, helps to have someone else's feelings about it put into words. There's no one I can talk to about how I feel. So I thank you for writing a story so full of feelings shared by many I'm sure. I read all of Kristen Hannah books I find. They are full of insights.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Arlene

    What a touching and beautiful story. I haven't read Kristin Hannah for so long. I've missed her writing style. What a touching and beautiful story. I haven't read Kristin Hannah for so long. I've missed her writing style.

  12. 4 out of 5

    S. Nichols

    Early book. She certainly has improved her writing over the years.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Vicky

    I always love Hannah. Everything she writes is good even her oldies but goodies.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    Super sappy romance and very predictable!! It was a fun read if you want a cheesy happy romance and I liked the banter between the main characters! This is one of Hannah’s older books and her writing has definitely improved since then!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Lori Johnson

    I am a huge Kristin Hannah fan. I have read most of her books. This is one of her older books and I have enjoyed her older works very much. HOWEVER....this was a Harlequin Romance book. Nothing more. In all honesty, I read about 1/3 of it, couldn't stand it anymore, skipped the 2nd 1/3 of it, and read the last 1/3. I finished it solely because I wanted to know what happened to Mariah, Mad Dog, Jake and Rass. I knew what was going to happen from nearly the first chapter and I was right on almost I am a huge Kristin Hannah fan. I have read most of her books. This is one of her older books and I have enjoyed her older works very much. HOWEVER....this was a Harlequin Romance book. Nothing more. In all honesty, I read about 1/3 of it, couldn't stand it anymore, skipped the 2nd 1/3 of it, and read the last 1/3. I finished it solely because I wanted to know what happened to Mariah, Mad Dog, Jake and Rass. I knew what was going to happen from nearly the first chapter and I was right on almost everything. VERY formulaic. However, I did see a bit more of the Kristin Hannah I know and love in the last 1/3 of the book, though I still was able to anticipate exactly what was going to happen. Cliched is the word that comes to mind. I did enjoy the time period. The book takes place in the late 1800s. I am glad I got through it but can not in all honesty, recommend this book though I HIGHLY recommend the author!! I am so sorry Ms Hannah! You truly are one of my favorite authors of all time. Please forgive me!!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Karen & Gerard

    This is an historical novel about love. Three lonely people find each other, Mariah, Mad Dog, and Jake. Although very predictable, I enjoyed this book because of the issues Mariah and Mad Dog both had. Jake following his dad hoping for a happy reunion was heartwarming. Rass, Mariah’s father, was my favorite character because of his concern for his daughter and his kindness toward Mad Dog and Jake. He kept seeking to improve his relationship with his daughter and help her let go of the past so sh This is an historical novel about love. Three lonely people find each other, Mariah, Mad Dog, and Jake. Although very predictable, I enjoyed this book because of the issues Mariah and Mad Dog both had. Jake following his dad hoping for a happy reunion was heartwarming. Rass, Mariah’s father, was my favorite character because of his concern for his daughter and his kindness toward Mad Dog and Jake. He kept seeking to improve his relationship with his daughter and help her let go of the past so she could enjoy the present and the future before he died. I loved the banter between Mariah and Mad Dog. This book has wit, humor and heartbreak.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Holly

    This is also one of the romance books that I've read time and time again because I like the characters. Mad Dog is so aggrevating at times, but he's got other qualities, like how perceptive he can be. And Mariah has her reasons for acting the way she does, whether it's wrong or not. I loved that they were deeper than I suspected at the beginning. This is also one of the romance books that I've read time and time again because I like the characters. Mad Dog is so aggrevating at times, but he's got other qualities, like how perceptive he can be. And Mariah has her reasons for acting the way she does, whether it's wrong or not. I loved that they were deeper than I suspected at the beginning.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Sara

    Ehhh so so. Hannah's earlier books in her own words are not as good or gripping as later ones. The later ones make me cry and hold my attention raptly, the earlier ones leave me debating whether I should finish the book as they are more formulaic, predictable, and somehow shallower emotionally. It's neat to see her growth as a writer though! Ehhh so so. Hannah's earlier books in her own words are not as good or gripping as later ones. The later ones make me cry and hold my attention raptly, the earlier ones leave me debating whether I should finish the book as they are more formulaic, predictable, and somehow shallower emotionally. It's neat to see her growth as a writer though!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Alison

    How on earth was this written by the same woman who wrote The Nightingale? Her writing has improved astronomically. I'm only giving it two stars because I wanted to finish it to see if I guessed the entire plot line accurately from the first chapter...I did. How on earth was this written by the same woman who wrote The Nightingale? Her writing has improved astronomically. I'm only giving it two stars because I wanted to finish it to see if I guessed the entire plot line accurately from the first chapter...I did.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    Ok. Not as good as many of her other books.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Carla Johnson-Hicks

    A good family drama and romance rolled into one. Some sad parts, some happy, but lots of emotion.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Shireen Hakani

    3.5 Stars. First half is too slow and takes forever to pick up. Second half is good. Glad didn't put it down. 3.5 Stars. First half is too slow and takes forever to pick up. Second half is good. Glad didn't put it down.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Shari

    Old Rass Throckmorton hires Matt "Mad Dog" Stone to help with the harvest of 1894, hoping that he is an honest, steady man who will remain on the Washington State farm and take care of Rass's 34-year-old daughter, Mariah, after Rass is gone. But Mad Dog is a fighter, a womanizer and a would-be writer who constantly drifts--not someone who can help fiesty Mariah overcome loneliness and the trauma of an abusive relationship that still haunts her--until they fall in love. Mariah, Mad Dog, Rass and Old Rass Throckmorton hires Matt "Mad Dog" Stone to help with the harvest of 1894, hoping that he is an honest, steady man who will remain on the Washington State farm and take care of Rass's 34-year-old daughter, Mariah, after Rass is gone. But Mad Dog is a fighter, a womanizer and a would-be writer who constantly drifts--not someone who can help fiesty Mariah overcome loneliness and the trauma of an abusive relationship that still haunts her--until they fall in love. Mariah, Mad Dog, Rass and an adolescent runaway, Jake, stitch together a patchwork family from the scraps of their damaged lives as they make peace with their pasts and prepare for a cold winter. But when Rass dies, the remaining three must make difficult decisions that test the strength of their values as well as that of their relationships. I copied this synopsis of the story because it was better than what I would have written. This was not my favorite book of this author so far. It is her 4th book. It was ok, interesting characters but I did not find the story as "gripping" as some of the books. Very predictable. I am glad that her newer books delve deeper into the stories and they are different.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Roo

    This is purely a romance novel - complete with sex scenes! Skip to page 200 if you want to get right to that! Otherwise, labor through the set up, with an unbelievably nice father, the drifter with writing ability (which isn't explored all that much), and a lonely boy, looking for a new family. Of course, the protagonist, Mariah, has a SECRET! ooooh. You will figure it out and wonder that the reasons for her stolid character as presented don't really add up, considering that she finds she does ha This is purely a romance novel - complete with sex scenes! Skip to page 200 if you want to get right to that! Otherwise, labor through the set up, with an unbelievably nice father, the drifter with writing ability (which isn't explored all that much), and a lonely boy, looking for a new family. Of course, the protagonist, Mariah, has a SECRET! ooooh. You will figure it out and wonder that the reasons for her stolid character as presented don't really add up, considering that she finds she does have a sex drive! The last 100 pages did engross me, even though I kind of knew how it would turn out (lots of precursor thoughts in the characters' minds). Read the book if you want to see the amazing transformation of Kristin Hannah into the author who wrote the wonderful "The Nightingale." This being one of her early books makes you wonder if she was really trying to write well or did she write for commercial success in the romance novel genre.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Lola

    Mad Dog Stone, a drifter in the 1800's, takes a job on a farm "for a few days" to earn some cash. He is greeted by an old man, Rass, & promptly hit in the temple with the butt of a gun by his daughter, Mariah. Mariah & Mad Dog take an instant dislike & distrust of each other. She gives him hard work to do in hopes that he will leave. She has closed herself off from the world due to past heartaches & hasn't left the farm in years. Mad Dog avoids relationships & doesn't let any grass grow under hi Mad Dog Stone, a drifter in the 1800's, takes a job on a farm "for a few days" to earn some cash. He is greeted by an old man, Rass, & promptly hit in the temple with the butt of a gun by his daughter, Mariah. Mariah & Mad Dog take an instant dislike & distrust of each other. She gives him hard work to do in hopes that he will leave. She has closed herself off from the world due to past heartaches & hasn't left the farm in years. Mad Dog avoids relationships & doesn't let any grass grow under his feet. In time, their differences are overcome & a romance, although shakey, develops. Meanwhile, in the background, a young teen boy has been tailing Mad Dog wherever he goes. He follows him to the farm & hides in the barn's hay loft.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Pammy

    Another beach vacation book... easy to polish off in a day. Much more a romance novel than the touted 'historical novel' alluded to on the cover. The female lead, Mariah, is hiding in a rural town in Washington State in 1884. She feels her past is filled with scandal and shame and is apparently content to waste away on her parents farm. Along comes the bad boy, Mad Dog. He walks into her life and makes himself helpful to Mariah's father. Makes himself VERY tempting to Mariah, who is fighting the v Another beach vacation book... easy to polish off in a day. Much more a romance novel than the touted 'historical novel' alluded to on the cover. The female lead, Mariah, is hiding in a rural town in Washington State in 1884. She feels her past is filled with scandal and shame and is apparently content to waste away on her parents farm. Along comes the bad boy, Mad Dog. He walks into her life and makes himself helpful to Mariah's father. Makes himself VERY tempting to Mariah, who is fighting the very feelings that got her in trouble so many years previously. And love ensues, including what must evidently be a touchstone of Ms Hannahs books >> two steamy love scenes for your beach entertainment!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Terri Broemm

    2.75. I found this book at a used book sale for a quarter. I was excited to see a Kristen Hannah book. I have enjoyed seeing her growth as a writer. The Nightingale was her best. This was no Nightingale. It belongs under the heading of romance. Hard to believe it was the same author. Predictable and mindless. Pages of sex scenes aren't my cup of tea and honestly I skipped over them. I know some people enjoy them ( no judgment here). Why did I finish it? It was very easy reading and I wanted to s 2.75. I found this book at a used book sale for a quarter. I was excited to see a Kristen Hannah book. I have enjoyed seeing her growth as a writer. The Nightingale was her best. This was no Nightingale. It belongs under the heading of romance. Hard to believe it was the same author. Predictable and mindless. Pages of sex scenes aren't my cup of tea and honestly I skipped over them. I know some people enjoy them ( no judgment here). Why did I finish it? It was very easy reading and I wanted to see if the obvious predictions were correct. They were.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Loretta

    Mariah Thockmorton had a past that had left her stiff and rigid and wanting. She loved her father, but had trouble showing and saying her love. Her father, Rass, knew that they both missed her mother, who had died 8 months earlier. Then, Mad Dog, a drifter, comes upon the ad that Rass had placed for a farm laborer. And the rest is history, or the story that Kristen Hannah told. It was sort of interesting to me that the story was set in 1894, but it was really hard to remember that as the story m Mariah Thockmorton had a past that had left her stiff and rigid and wanting. She loved her father, but had trouble showing and saying her love. Her father, Rass, knew that they both missed her mother, who had died 8 months earlier. Then, Mad Dog, a drifter, comes upon the ad that Rass had placed for a farm laborer. And the rest is history, or the story that Kristen Hannah told. It was sort of interesting to me that the story was set in 1894, but it was really hard to remember that as the story moved along.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Cindy06232001

    If You Believe was another fantastic book by Kristin Hannah. This was so compelling with a heroine who has agoraphobia and a drifter whose life is moving from place to place. You'll fall in love with the characters and won't want to put this book down. This is the last book in my quest to read all the Kristin Hannah's books in print. I've enjoyed everyone of them and hope you'll do the same if you haven't read this author's books. I envy anyone who is just reading Kristin's Hannah's books for th If You Believe was another fantastic book by Kristin Hannah. This was so compelling with a heroine who has agoraphobia and a drifter whose life is moving from place to place. You'll fall in love with the characters and won't want to put this book down. This is the last book in my quest to read all the Kristin Hannah's books in print. I've enjoyed everyone of them and hope you'll do the same if you haven't read this author's books. I envy anyone who is just reading Kristin's Hannah's books for the first time and look forward to reading them again. Enjoy.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Patricia

    A daughter running away from hurt, comes home for good. She is a super cleaner, but her life is confined to the farm. Along comes a drifter, who is looking for a couple of days of work, for the money, so he can move on with his useless life. A young boy has bee trailing him, ( he is the man's son.) The father has been praying for a man to come into the life of the daughter, who will take over the farm and love her. Amazing how things develope. A daughter running away from hurt, comes home for good. She is a super cleaner, but her life is confined to the farm. Along comes a drifter, who is looking for a couple of days of work, for the money, so he can move on with his useless life. A young boy has bee trailing him, ( he is the man's son.) The father has been praying for a man to come into the life of the daughter, who will take over the farm and love her. Amazing how things develope.

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