Henry and Violet (Once Upon A Time, #6) by Michelle ZinkHenry and Violet finally have a chance to be alone. Granted, its on a school field trip, but with some clever planning and strategic maneuvering, they can orchestrate their own adventure in New York City, a fairytale land in its own right.
While they search for a treasured item that once belonged to Violets father, they are met with obstacles they could never have predicted. What they thought would be a romantic getaway ends up being a true test of their relationship.
Are they destined for a happily ever after - or a new story altogether?
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At age 55 Elizabeth White hit a wall. White had done fine finding jobs and contract positions until the Great Recession. She also has worked in international development, sustainable investing and gender equality. But after two years that job ended, and since then she has struggled, and has been spending down savings. You can move the dates off your resume, she said in a pre-conference interview. She is in your friendship circle, hidden in plain sight.