I was given an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
This story was a bit heartbreaking for me. Catherine shows a lot of determination when she has to fight for her young son. I was really puzzled why anyone would give up their child to go to school so far away. As a mother of 4 I can’t imagine how someone could move so far away from their child – heartbroken over the loss of his twin or not. The author does a great job of explaining most of my lingering questions as the book progresses. We all know how I love twist and turn stories so this was good for me.
A decent book I’d recommend.
Catherine Boyd will do anything to regain custody of her young son . . . Even reconcile with the husband accused of killing their son’s twin. Catherine graduates from college, eager to start a new life with her six-year-old son, Drew. But when she tries to bring him home, her parents refuse to relinquish control of the grandson they’d raised. Wrongly accused of a horrible crime, Thomas Boyd has buried himself in his career, determined to forget his painful past and the family he lost. But now, five years later, Catherine is back, requesting his help to regain custody of their son – custody he thought she had. Though older and wiser, when courtroom battles reveal lies and secrets and generations of pain, will Thomas and Catherine find more tragedy and loss, or will old wounds finally heal?