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Publisher's Summary

Do not let the title Kelly Tough fool you. This is not a "be all you can be, no pain - no gain" story. Toughness is overrated. And being Kelly Tough, well, you are about to find out what that really means and why it just might matter to you.

Kelly Tough is a story of love and hope: a love between a father and a daughter - former Buffalo Bills quarterback, Jim Kelly, and his oldest daughter Erin. Erin shares a deeply personal account of the love a family can have for each other during the darkest times, and a greater love that a heavenly Father has for you.

Whatever circumstance or heartbreak you find yourself overwhelmed by right now, it is not the end of the story. In fact, it just might be one of the greatest chapters as you, like the Kelly's, find strength in weakness, hope in the midst of heartache, and joy in spite of suffering.

©2015 Broadstreet Publishing Group LLC (P)2015 Broadstreet Publishing Group LLC

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Very Disappointing - Religious Propoganda

Would you try another book from Erin Kelly and/or Erin Kelly?

I would not try another book by Erin Kelly.

Would you ever listen to anything by Erin Kelly again?

I would not listen to anything by Erin Kelly again.

Which scene was your favorite?

Hard to say

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Absurdity

Any additional comments?

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