I have just added my review to Good Reads.
Lia has woven a very good read. I did find it hard to get into at the beginning. I had to step back from it on occasion and rethink what I'd just read. Not because it complicated, but to make somesince of it all.
Lucy could be quite complex. Her character was developed well though.
Enstranged sisters, one needing a transplant. I've read a similar book not so long ago along the same lines.
I felt it picked up with me when Lucy didn't wake up after the operation. I had something to focus on.
Its a book you can pick up and put down, I wouldn't say I was chained to each page. It was well written, well thought out, I would recommend it, but I would say to them...stick with it, it opens up as you go along.
Lia Fairchild is an up and coming author, in my humble opinion, she has all the talent to get better and better.
Lucy Lang's life is spiraling out of control. For years she sacrificed her own needs to care for her half sister and alcoholic mother, only to be abandoned by both. Now, at age 30, Lucy finds herself held back by memories and regret as she struggles to find her own purpose in life. But when her sister needs a kidney transplant, Lucy is the only one who can save her life.
With the help of new friends and a man who won't give up on her, Lucy sets out on a journey to reunite with her sister and find the answers she so desperately needs. Can she get past her emotions and have a chance at happiness? With its colorful and endearing cast of characters, In Search of Lucy takes readers on a rollercoaster of emotions from sadness and heartache to happiness and hope.