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Tuesday, 8 May 2018

Book Review

Three generations of Stewart women, all with secrets to keep…
Matriarch Nancy knows she hasn't been the best mother but how can she ever tell her daughters the reason why? Lauren and Jenna are as close as two sisters can be and they made a pact years ago to keep a devastating secret from their mother – but is it time to come clean? Lauren's teenage daughter Mackenzie masks her own pain by keeping her mother at a distance. Her mother, aunt and grandmother keep trying to reach her but will it take a stranger to show her the true meaning of family?
When life changes in an instant, the Stewart women are thrown together for a summer and suddenly they must relearn how to be a family. And whilst unravelling their secrets might be their biggest challenge, it could also be their finest moment . . .








This is one of those books, that you laugh, you cry and you definitely cheer.  This for me was a fabulous book and the detail that Ms Morgan described Martha's Vineyard, it makes you want to go and visit.

Whether its big or small we've all at some point had a secret.  But with all secrets, they unfortunately come back and haunt us, and for Lauren, Jenna, Nancy and Mackenzie (Mack), this is especially true.

The close sisterly bond that Lauren and Jenna have really touched me, and that comes through a lot through out the book, and I definitely could feel for Mack, especially starting a new school, we've all been there, will I make friends, please don't let them bully me.  At first Mack makes a mistake, but luckily she has someone who gently points her in the right direction.  I also have to mention Nancy, she is Lauren's and Jenna's mother, she is a famous artist and for reasons that are explained, Lauren and Jenna are at first not close to their mother...but that does change.  

I will give this book 5/5 stars, I would dearly love to give more, because this book deserves more stars. 

This book is on pre-order at Amazon UK and is released on 14th June.

I received this book from Netgalley in return for a honest review.












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