EAT, DRINK, AND BE FROM MISSISSIPPI, by Nanci Kincaid
When Arnold shows up on his doorstep, Truely wants nothing to do with the sullen, unfocused teenager As he came by way of his not-quite girlfriend Shauna, he lets the kid stay for a night. Which stretches into weeks, then months. But the thugishly-dressed Arnold may not be what he seems, even though he's got good manners. A leisurely read about interesting people and their responses to challenge, love, loneliness, and need. For some, it may be a bit slow with a too-equivocal ending. It's a 4..
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