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Saturday, 5 November 2016

Review: A Mother's Confession

A Mother's Confession A Mother's Confession by Kelly Rimmer
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This has zoomed right into my top 20 fabulous rememberable outstanding choices of 2016

I have enjoyed every single book this author has written. She holds no punches on the readers emotions. Right smack in there where your heart is stampeded on, where the people in the book are real, where the pain becomes your pain, where the hurt becomes your own.

Two women connected by the same man.

David.

Someone's son.
Someone's husband.
But he's also someone's father.

Perfect marriage?
At first.

The marriage becomes abusive.

His mother did she really make excuses for him?

David commits suicide.

Olivia a child and living in a small village.

I was so engrossed within the pages of this book I resented anyone trying to get my attention.

The twist in the tail, oh my word. This was one fantastic read I won't forget in a hurry.

My thanks to Bookoutour via Net Galley for my copy

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