Don't Let Me Go by Susan Lewis

By Susan Lewis

In this follow-up to the riveting foreign bestseller No baby of Mine, writer Susan Lewis offers an emotionally complicated novel--perfect for readers of Jodi Picoult--of reinvention, reconnection, and the inner most love that may bind humans together.

Charlotte Nicholls can rarely 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 via the attractiveness of recent Zealand, Charlotte revels in her new existence. She and her approximately four-year-old daughter, Chloe, have begun over, with the aid of Charlotte's beginning 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 negative trauma Chloe has suffered, Charlotte is hopeful that love will pull her via. And although their dating is tentative, Charlotte and Anna are slowly rebuilding their belief after approximately a life-time 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 all of sudden shattered, as a chain of occasions is decided in movement that Charlotte can neither regulate nor understand. it's going to take all of Charlotte's energy to maintain her little relatives jointly, within the face of an international that might do every thing it may possibly to rip them apart.

Praise for Don't enable Me Go

"An emotionally complicated novel."--USA Today

"Unputdownable . . . a compelling mix of relations dynamics, court docket drama, and love story."--Booklist

"You comprehend you're within the fingers of a grasp storyteller in the event you can't undergo the stress. Susan Lewis drops you right into a nightmare the place the simplest pursuits of a kid collide with the legislations designed to guard her. The endearing little woman 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 top, Don't permit Me Go is a learn that might remind you simply how worthy kids are."--Romance reports Today

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