Published in November 1st 2011
Where to Buy: Amazon, Barnes and Noble
Note: I received this book from the author in
exchange for an honest review.
Relationships can strain to breaking point
when there are too many secrets, too many problems not faced.
Maggie is forced to make tough choices when her husband is left in a coma and
his secrets start to surface. The changes to her life inevitably have
repercussions for her son and daughter. What choices will they make to bring
about the changes they need?
Maggie must find her inner strength, for herself and her children, and she will
never see life in quite the same way again.
Everyone has to learn some tough lessons in
life and this story really brings across the reality of that situation. With
that being said some of the chapters were a little harder to get through, some
issues were solved a little too easily it seemed for the gravity of the
situation. To each their own though, the characterization fit nicely in and the
characters themselves blended easily together. I will definitely be reading the
second one, Jay Howard makes characters come alive.
Born in England, part raised in Wales, Jay
Howard also introduced herself to her other country, Canada. She has muddled
her way through life until discovering the beauty of Somerset and the joyful
pain of writing.