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misslorraine
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Registered: ‎08-10-2009
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Sad stories with happy endings

Hey All,

 

I've recently gotten into the mood to read a sad story that has a happy ending. However, I don't know any. Any suggestions?

 

Thanks,

Lorraine

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Melanie_Murray
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Re: Sad stories with happy endings

Maybe try Nicholas Sparks? His stories don't all have happy endings, but they're all sad and bittersweet.

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darkangel_1988
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Re: Sad stories with happy endings

Coffehouse Angel by Suzanne Selfors and According to Jane by Marilyn Brant

 

Coffeehouse Angel

  

According to Jane

  

 

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Brendalee01
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Re: Sad stories with happy endings

Hi, I just finished Always, by Jodi Langston. Wow it was heartbreaker with a great ending. I needed the tissues a few times. great character I really cared about!

 

Always