I had absolutely no idea what to expect when I purchased this book. I didn’t read the synopsis as it was recommended by some book friends. So I snapped it up for a bargain price and it has been waiting for me on my bookshelf ever since. I finally decided to pick it up last week and glad I did. My reading has been fractured lately, and this was a pleasant surprise.
This book alternates between two point of views, Catherine’s past and her daughter Ann Marie’s present. I really enjoyed the style in which this was told, it was expertly split and kept me wanting more. A perfect example of show, don’t tell.
Dina Silver mastered this effortlessly pulling me into this book. I became invested in the characters and couldn’t help but resonate with the bond between mother and daughter.
This was not only heart wrenching, but it was also heartwarming, forgiveness truly is a powerful thing.
It was my first read by this author and I wasn’t disappointed.