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Tuesday, 1 April 2014

Dear Tabitha by Trudy Stiles

Dear Tabitha (Forever Family, #2)Dear Tabitha by Trudy Stiles
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

If you have read the first book in this series [which I strongly recommend you do as this is not meant to be read alone]

This concludes the awesome book one.

There is not much to say about this one as its just as awesome as the first.

Judy Stiles has written about a weak, but strong character, which I understand you will think I am contradicting myself, but by reading this through you will see just what I mean.

Judy Stiles writing flows well. I've only read her first book to this and this one, and my take on the authors writing ability to keep me interested throughout is "A" class.

This book is not suitable for young readers. It is intended for mature adults only (18+). It contains strong language, adult/sexual situations and some violence. 

Dear Tabitha is BOOK TWO in the Forever Family Series. Dear Emily should be read FIRST as this is NOT a standalone book.

You know me. You know who I am. What I am.

Damaged. Confused. Alone.

You feel sorry for me. You pity me. 

You know what I’ve done. What I’ve given up. Who I’ve given up.

You try to understand what I’ve been through and how I can go on with my life. But you can’t possibly understand.

I’ve lost too much. Sacrificed too much. Given up everything so that I can find myself.

Well, I’m done.

I’m done walking away from everything that matters. 

It’s time for me to heal. 

It’s MY TURN to earn…


“Dear Tabitha” is the second book in the “Forever Family” series. This is book 2 of 2 and concludes the story that began in "Dear Emily". It is NOT a standalone story and is meant to be read after Dear Emily. 

"Dear Emily" is the first book and can be found at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBooks, Kobo, Smashwords.

Other books in this series will be companion/standalone and will explore the lives of various characters introduced throughout these books

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