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Broken Barriers

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Broken Barriers is a compelling novel by Meredith Nicholson that delves into the complexities of social hierarchies, privilege, and the barriers that prevent meaningful connections between individuals. The story follows the lives of two young people from very different backgrounds, who must navigate not only their own personal struggles but also the societal expectations and prejudices that threaten to keep them apart.

Nicholson's writing is poignant and insightful, exploring themes of identity, love, and the power dynamics that shape our relationships with others. The characters are well-developed and relatable, each grappling with their own internal conflicts and external pressures. The author does a fantastic job of portraying the challenges faced by individuals who are constrained by societal norms and expectations, and the ways in which they can break free from these constraints to forge their own paths.

Overall, Broken Barriers is a thought-provoking and emotionally resonant novel that will stay with readers long after they have finished it. It is a story that will make you reflect on your own beliefs and biases, and challenge you to consider the ways in which you can break down the barriers that separate us from one another. Highly recommended for those looking for a gripping and meaningful read.

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Life abruptly changes for young socialite, Grace Durland., when her father goes bankrupt and she is forced to earn a living. Thrust into a new life, she meets -- and falls in love with -- a married man. She faces condemnation from friends and family alike, and although Ward Trenton reciprocates her feelings, his wife refuses him a divorce. Once again, fate intervenes in the form of a serious accident. - Summary by Lynne Thompson

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