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Allison Winn Scotch

USA flag (b.1973)

After losing a close friend to breast cancer, Allison Winn Scotch cathartically set out to write a story with a happier ending. While Winn Scotch is the first to point out that Natalie and her thirty-one-year-old friend shared very few similarities, her friend's resilient spirit and courage in the face of an illness that took her life are felt throughout the novel. Winn Scotch has contributed to Family Circle, Glamour, InStyle Weddings, Men's Health, Parents, Prevention, Redbook, Self, Shape, Woman's Day, Women's Health, and others. She lives in New York with her husband, her son and daughter, and their dog.

Genres: Romance
Allison Winn Scotch recommends
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"A perfect beach read. Claire Cook once again demonstrates that she's a master in creating funny, warm, relatable characters you root for from the very first page."
The Violets of March (2011)
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The Orphan Sister (2011)
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My Oxford Year (2018)
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California Summer (2018)
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"Tender and triumphant...California Summer made my heart sing."

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