The Daughter by Lucy Dawson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Too many secrets. Too many lies. The past is catching up to Jessica and there’s not much more she can take…
17 years ago:
Something every mother fears has happened to Jess’s daughter, Beth. It destroys Jess and starts to unravel all the tightly woven deceptions she’s kept hidden for so many years. Fearful it would all come crumbling down, she ran.
Happily married, new life, beautiful toddler in arms, Jess starts having bizarre things happen to her. Terrifyingly, the past shows itself to be a force of nature and that there’s no escape. Someone wants her to pay, someone wants her to feel pain. The past is here and this time, there’s no running. But at what grave cost?
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3.5 stars, rounded up. I debated between 3 and 4 stars and decided this was a book I didn’t love, didn’t hate, wouldn’t recommend as in “man you’ve gotta read this book!” BUT wouldn’t want to discourage others from reading! So enjoy it if you do. I did!
Thank you, Lovelies!
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