The Red Dress

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Ever since Sandra found the red dress in the back of her best friend's mom's closet, strange things have happened. Mostly, it has been this one guy that keeps appearing in her life when she wears the red dress. More

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About Danielle McGaw

Danielle McGaw is many things - first and foremost, a writer.
No matter what she is doing, what else is going on in her life, she's thinking about writing. Or writing.
She writes fiction (as Dani Gibbings) and non-fiction.
She drinks a lot of coffee.
She's constantly cleaning up after 3 cats.
She lives with her husband.
She has two kids and a grandkid.
She's a waitress because (believe it or not) it keeps her sane. And she's one of those weird people that actually likes waitressing.
She lives in a small town in the middle of Canada.
She's loves social media and hates it at the same time.
She talks too much in social situations.
She gets antsy when she's not doing something or going somewhere.
She's passionate about mental health issues.
What else do you want to know? Stop by her site ( and find out more than you likely really wanted to know.

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D F Roberts reviewed on on May 15, 2018

In this modern-day fairy tale, Sandra finds a dress that makes her feel more attractive and positive about herself. But, while the dress’s seemingly magical powers help her, the strength she finds to overcome heartbreak and become independent and successful ultimately comes from within herself. The story occasionally strays into a bit of exposition, but all in all, at 16,000 words, it’s a smooth, easy read. If you like ‘Happily Ever After,’ then I would give The Red Dress a try.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
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