“Meghan and Fiona have been separated from their family for a very long time and are only reunited because Fiona is sick and needs a bone marrow transplant. Meghan left her family behind for Fiona's father, Liam, a boy who came from a family that the town snubbed and looked down upon, and were also accusing of arson. Later she takes Fiona and leaves her husband behind because some alleged “proof” is given to her that Liam is indeed guilty of the crime, and others. Her fear of facing her family, and that Liam will find her force her to stay away from her home town until she has to contact family members to be tested for a bone marrow match. To her surprise, she finds Liam living there, and prospering, even after he served time in jail for the crimes he may or may not have committed. Justice is served and a happy ending prevails when the truth comes out about the arson, and Meghan and Liam reunite and Fiona becomes well.
Sometimes when I read a book, I am aware of how the author probably wants me to feel, but just don't feel it deeply from the heart. I have to tell you this is not the case with Ms. Gamet's writing. This is the second book I have read by her. I enjoyed them both. This particular story evoked raw and true emotions that felt as if the happenings were going on in real life, and not just in a story. I thought it held enough promise to be a full length novel. It was a great story, and had enough background that it could surely have lasted. I prefer full length novels, but this author's work has been worth reading at any length.
I was given a copy of this book for free in exchange for an honest review.”