Recommended by ManuelaNogueira

ManuelaNogueira
Well, let's go... Why am I recommending this story? Simple, because the story is the best of the best I've ever read. It's kind of very exciting, and leaves anyone's mouth open nI'm sure you won't regret reading this FIC.
"PRINCIPAL" and "PRINCIPLE"

"Principal" refers to a person in a position of authority or the primary part of something. "Principle" means a fundamental rule or belief. Ex.: The school principal addressed the students. The principal reason for our success is teamwork. Honesty is an important principle to uphold.

"IMPLY" and "INFER"

"Imply" means to suggest indirectly. "Infer" means to deduce or conclude from evidence. Ex.: Her silence seemed to imply disapproval. From her reaction, we can infer that she is unhappy.

Recommended by Carolina Gabriella

Carolina Gabriella
What would you do if you found a diary that told you all the loves and things your mother (deceased) experienced before meeting your father (Justin Bieber)? For this is the most perfect and fantastic story. In which you, through a diary, discover all the loves and adventures that a beautiful, attractive and courageous woman lived before she died. I highly recommend this story, which is proving to be a beautiful romance with many barriers to break.