When Rachel Croft wakes up on her family’s boat in Bermuda, it’s to sunshine and yet another perfect day…until she goes to wake her seven-year-old son, Oscar. Because the worst thing imaginable has happened. He isn’t there.
In the dark and desperate days that follow, Rachel struggles to navigate her grief. And while her husband, James, wants them to face the tragedy together, Rachel feels that the life they once shared is over. Convinced that their happy marriage is now a sham, and unable to remain in the place where she lost her son, she goes home to Bristol alone.
Only when she starts receiving letters from Cee-Cee, her housekeeper in Bermuda, does light begin to return to Rachel’s soul. She and James both want to learn to live again—but is it too late for them to find a way through together?
Firstly a big thank you to Annabelle for my copy to review and having me on the tour.
Amanda is a beautiful writer who captures emotions expertly in her books.
She deals with huge issues in a sensitive way.
This book explores the impact of grief on the family and moving forward.
There were letters woven in the story which was a original concept.
This gives the reader an insight into a subject that you just cant even imagine.
I throughly recommend but be prepared to feel upset.
Be sure to check out the other blogs taking part in the tour.
Published 25th september