She’s fighting to save everyone else but will she have anything left to save herself?
Witty, sharp and sarcastic tattoo artist Lydia’s life is imploding. Her long-term relationship has broken down after several miscarriages and she’s hiding from her hurt and loss in rage. After a big night out she wakes beside a much younger man who brings complications she could really do without.
As her grief about her lost babies and failed relationships spirals out of control, she obsesses about rescuing a wayward teenage girl she watches from her window and gets more involved than she should with her charming but unstable young
Unprotected is a raw and punchy story of love, family and accepting yourself for who you really are.
This was an interesting read. Lydia is recoiling from the series of miscarriages she has suffered and the end of her long term relationship.
Instead of seeking help for her grief she plunges into a fling with a younger man who is dealing with his own demons.
This is a meditation on grief and loss that explores a woman’s strong reaction and her attempt to bury her pain by taking on that of others.
Well written and emotionally compelling, this is a book that lingers with you.
*I was kindly gifted a copy of this book in exchange for taking part in this blog tour but all opinions remain my own.