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Publisher's Summary

This Raging Light is the story of Lucille, a 17-year-old girl left by her mother to care for her nine-year-old sister, Wren. Lucille seems to have nothing going for her. With the bills piling in, the house falling apart around her, and her sister's growing distress, it is precisely the worst possible moment for Lucille to fall recklessly in love with her best friend's twin brother, Digby, who is practically engaged.
While events in Lucille's life suck her into a spiraling vortex that challenges every relationship she has, the delicious heat between Digby and Lucille builds to a fever pitch, with blazing longing so visceral that it will keep the listener hooked and hoping until the very last moments.
©2015 Estelle Laure (P)2015 Recorded Books
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By B.A. Wilson on 01-22-17

Not Bad, But Also Not Very Memorable

What made the experience of listening to This Raging Light the most enjoyable?

Here's my review from Goodreads: <br/><br/>There were a lot of things I loved about this story and only a few I didn't. Dysfunctional family stories typically catch my attention, and I really like how this story showed the good in the world and in people, not just the ugly sides. <br/><br/>Overall, it's an interesting read. People who like and need a lot of resolution in an ending will probably be dissatisfied. Luckily, I am usually more interested in the journey than the ending, so I was okay with it.

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