By Susan Lewis
In this follow-up to the riveting overseas bestseller No baby of Mine, writer Susan Lewis provides an emotionally advanced novel--perfect for readers of Jodi Picoult--of reinvention, reconnection, and the private love which may bind humans together.
Charlotte Nicholls can hardly ever think it, however it turns out she's landed in paradise. dwelling in a cottage in a shady cove at the appealing Bay of Islands, surrounded through the elegance of recent Zealand, Charlotte revels in her new existence. She and her approximately four-year-old daughter, Chloe, have all started over, with assistance from Charlotte's delivery mom, Anna, who has lately reentered Charlotte's lifestyles after a twenty-six-year absence. Little Chloe is prospering in her new domestic, and regardless of lingering results from a bad trauma Chloe has suffered, Charlotte is hopeful that love will pull her via. And notwithstanding their dating is tentative, Charlotte and Anna are slowly rebuilding their belief after approximately an entire life apart.
however the horrors of the past--both contemporary and lengthy buried--are by no means faraway from Charlotte's brain. after which their idyll is unexpectedly shattered, as a sequence of occasions is decided in movement that Charlotte can neither keep watch over nor understand. it is going to take all of Charlotte's energy to maintain her little family members jointly, within the face of a global that might do every little thing it will probably to rip them apart.
Praise for Don't permit Me Go
"An emotionally advanced novel."--USA Today
"Unputdownable . . . a compelling combination of family members dynamics, court drama, and love story."--Booklist
"You be aware of you're within the fingers of a grasp storyteller in case you can't endure the stress. Susan Lewis drops you right into a nightmare the place the simplest pursuits of a kid collide with the legislation designed to guard her. The endearing little lady on the heart of this poignant and gripping story, in addition to the courageous protagonist, will win your heart."--Diane Chamberlain, across the world bestselling writer of The mystery lifetime of CeeCee Wilkes
"A gripping story that draws you in from the 1st bankruptcy to the tip, Don't enable Me Go is a learn that might remind you simply how important young children are."--Romance stories Today
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Extra resources for Don't Let Me Go
He got up. “So yes . . It’s true. You are stupid. What a terrible thing to discover . . ” He was behind my back. “You can’t imagine how much that hurts. More than Someone I Loved 53 that, you’ve wounded me deeply. But I don’t hold it against you—I blame it on the pain you are feeling . ” He set a steaming plate in front of me. “But there is one thing you can’t get away with saying, just one thing . ” I asked, lifting my gaze. “Whatever you do, don’t drag beets into this. You’d be hard-pressed to find a single beet field for miles around .
Why didn’t he tell me he was going? What a strange man . . Like a fish, always twisting away from you, slipping out of your hands. I poured myself a large cup of coffee and drank it standing up, leaning against the kitchen window. I looked at Someone I Loved 29 the robins swarming around the piece of suet that the girls had laid on the bench the previous day. The sun had almost risen above the hedge. I was waiting for them to wake up. The house was too quiet. I wanted a cigarette. It was stupid, I hadn’t smoked in years.
He switched off the overhead light, and we sat down, facing each other. ” “Do you really think so? ” “It’s your wine that’s good. ” “No, about this pilgrimage . . ” “Oh . . what was I like? I was the stupidest boy in the world. I tried to keep up with Frendall’s big strides. I talked incessantly, told him about Paris, the Moulin Rouge, said anything that came into my head, and lied shamelessly. He laughed and said things that I didn’t understand either, which made me laugh in turn. We spent our time stealing coins from the fountains and smirked every time we met someone of the opposite sex.