Jennifer Jones’ life began when her little sister, Kerry, was born. So when her sister dies in a tragic accident, nothing seems to make sense any more.

Despite the support of her husband, Ed, and their wonderful children, Jen can’t comprehend why she is still here, while bright, spirited Kerry is not.

When Jen starts to lose herself in her memories of her sister, she doesn’t realise that the closer she feels to Kerry, the further she gets from her family.

Jen was never able to say goodbye to her sister. But what if she could?

Would you risk everything if you had the chance to say goodbye?

Firstly a huge thank you to the publishers for approving my request to read on netgalley. I read Emmas last book and loved it so was very excited to read it.

What a heartfelt beautifully emotive story. Emma is a expert of her craft , making magic with words.

This is a life affirming tale of grief first and foremost. But not just the grief for the dead but for what its done to the living.

You can feel the pain the family are experiencing. I loved having the double narrative to gain a richer understanding of both Jen and her husband.

This got me right in the heart , a powerful read but also filled with humour and romance.

Published September 17th and I wish her every success with it.

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