Charlotte Goodman is living the dream. Surrounded by family, friends and a stunning vineyard overlooking the ocean, it would be difficult for anyone to believe that she has a troubled past. However, haunted by the theft of a young girl, Charlotte begins to realise the enormity of something she did many years ago and soon finds herself having to make the most harrowing decision any woman would ever have to face.
"Lewis has now written thirty-six gripping, gritty and compelling novels, each a fascinating exploration of how ordinary people cope in extraordinary circumstances. Using meticulous research and her remarkable empathy, she has tackled some of the most emotive and distressing human and family issues with warmth, wisdom and compassion...A master storyteller on top form...." (Lancashire Post)
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Emotional and powerful.
It is in my top 50, an amazing and powerful story.
The scene when Charlotte and Chloe were reunited when Charlotte nearly gave her up.
Yes although I did not have the time to unfortunately.
I have to say after reading don't let me go I always wondered what would happen to these characters and was pleased and pleasantly surprised to discover that another book had indeed been written about this set of characters. This was the first set of books I ever read by Susan Lewis and I have to say they captivated me from the start. I am going to be as careful as I can in this review as I do not want to give anything away.
This book in my opinion was the most heartbreaking of the three, the emotions came threw clearly and certain parts of the book had me in tears. It was a great book and very suspenseful because the author did a fantastic job of leaving the reader wondering just what was going to happen and what the final decision would be. Although I have never been threw the experiences that Charlotte had to face I felt like I was with her character threw the whole book. Susan Lewis is a very good character developer and makes you feel all there emotions as if they were your own. This authors writing is engaging and makes you want to keep reading without putting the book down. I will be reading more of her books for sure.
love this lastest instalment of choles story,