How far would you go to keep your family safe?
Angie Watts had the perfect ordinary family. A new home. A beloved husband. Three adored children.
But Angie’s happy life is shattered when her son Liam falls in with the wrong crowd. And when her son’s bad choices lead to the murder of her husband, it’s up to Angie to hold what’s left of her family together.
Her son is missing. Her daughter is looking for help in dangerous places. And Angie is fighting just to keep a roof over their heads.
But Angie is a mother. And a mother does anything to protect her children – even when the world is falling apart…
I loved this book, it was more than I was ever expecting. This is the story of Angie and her family, when her world gets turned upside down with the cruel death of her husband, is it to do with her wayward son who has got himself caught up with a violent gang. Her life gets more complicated with her finances, her daughter trying to help doesn’t get the best of advice’s from an unknown source. I really felt of Angie and I am sure people will be able to relate to her situation. I hoped things would come right for her in the end.
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With a high-flying job, a beautiful apartment and friends whose lives are as happy as her own, Vivienne Shager is living the dream. Then, on the afternoon of Vivi’s twenty-seventh birthday, one catastrophic minute changes everything.
Forced to move back to the small seaside town where she grew up, Vivi remembers the reasons she left. The secrets, lies and questions that now must be answered before it’s too late. But the answers lie in thirty years in the past…
Shelley Raynor’s family home, Deerwood Farm, has always been a special place until darkness strikes at its heart. When Vivi’s and Shelley’s worlds begin to entwine, it only takes a moment for the truth to unravel all of their lives.
I had heard of Susan Lewis but never read any of her books before, so I was not sure what to expect. Each chapter is set in the way that it is either Vivienne or Shelley. This did make me confused at times. It kept flitting back to the past and future and I felt as though I couldn’t keep up. I thought the story was well told though. I would read another of Susan’s books.
I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.