I should have realized something was wrong when I saw the way people looked at me in the hotel that morning. The way they glanced at my daughter Madison and the fearful look in their eyes when they found out I had inherited the old family home.
Then I find a jewelry box in my mother’s room. It sits covered in blue satin, hidden away in dust, untouched for years. And the contents inside change everything.
In my gut I know I need to admit this was a mistake, take my children by the hand and forget about my past forever. But now I’ve started digging I know that it’s impossible to leave…
A gripping and emotional novel about what it means to belong. The Daughter She Lost is perfect for fans of Kerry Fisher, Diane Chamberlain and Liane Moriarty.
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I was a huge fan of this author’s first book so I was very excited to be invited onto the blog tour for this, her latest book. Once again the author has written a fabulous book involving lots of secrets, lies and intrigue which was hugely enjoyable to read.
The plot of this book was very cleverly done and I enjoyed watching the different stories come together slowly in a very satisfying way. The author unravels everything in a tantalising way that ensured I kept reading as I wanted to find out how everything would end. I loved how little clues or reveals would be dropped in one story and would affect the other other storylines too. I found myself almost trying to shout at the characters at times as they hadn’t worked things out.
The tension and intrigue slowly builds throughout the book until an amazing ending which took me completely by surprise. I thought it was very clever how the author managed to keep me in suspense the whole book.
Huge thanks to Noelle from Bookouture for inviting me onto the blog tour and for my copy of this book via Netgalley.
About The Author:
I write dark, emotional women’s fiction as well as romance with a twist. My most recent book, My Mother’s Silence, is an emotional journey about homecoming and family secrets set in the wild Scottish highlands. It has been shortlisted for the Jackie Collins Romantic Thriller Award 2020. My holiday romance Moonlight on the Thames was a bestseller in urban fiction and top 100 Kindle book. My first three novels: Finding Home, Finding Secrets and Finding Dreams all feature intelligent, feisty contemporary heroines who set out to unravel the mysteries of the past. Your opinions are important to me, so please do leave a review. I love hearing from readers, so if you wish to get in touch, please visit my website: http://www.laurenwestwoodwriter.com, or follow me on twitter: @lwestwoodwriter or Facebook: Lwestwoodbooks. Thank you for reading!