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I remember the moment I handed her to Suzanne, wrapped in a soft pink blanket. I’d wept, while I’d put it around her, and she’d blinked up at me with her big blue eyes. The moment she left my arms, I wanted to cry out. Suzanne had tears in her eyes, as she took hold of my daughter. “Thank you,” she whispered.

It’s a warm, early summer’s evening, when Mia’s doorbell rings unexpectedly. She opens the door to see the silhouette of a teenage girl, standing in the shadow beyond the porch light - and in an instant, she realizes who it is. Daisy, the daughter she gave up as a baby. Daisy steps forward, trembling as she says, “I’m sorry I didn’t call first. But something happened. And I really”

Seventeen years before, knowing she couldn’t possibly give her beautiful little girl, Daisy, the future she deserved, Mia made the hardest decision of her life: to give her up. And Suzanne seemed like the perfect adoptive mother: calm, stable, and full of love for the daughter she’d always dreamt of having.

The two mothers promised to keep communication open, so Daisy could have Mia’s love and support, along with Suzanne’s. But as the years passed, those visits happened less and less, and now Daisy seems almost like a stranger to Mia.

But she has arrived on Mia’s doorstep, and she says she has a terrible secret. And she believes the only person who can help her is Mia. Her birth mother.

Mia, however, has secrets of her own. Ones that she is afraid to let Daisy or anyone else know. And while Suzanne desperately seeks a way back to her estranged child, can Mia overcome her past, to help the girl they both call their daughter, in her darkest hour?

A totally gripping and emotional women’s fiction, guaranteed to make listeners cry. Author Kate Hewitt’s story will grab you by the heartstrings and never let you go. Perfect for fans of Jodi Picoult, Diane Chamberlain, and Jojo Moyes.

©2022 Kate Hewitt (P)2022 Bookouture, an imprint of Storyfire Ltd.

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  • 総合評価
    2 out of 5 stars
  • ellen hovstø
  • 2022/02/13


I listened to a couple of hours but have up... Didn't feel like it was ever gonna go anywhere.