Two Girls. One Chance.
When Lizzie’s car crashes with her two daughters inside, she faces a terrible choice. And when she recovers from her injuries, she has to deal with the impact of that tragedy as well as the police investigation into it.
As Lizzie and her family struggle to come to terms with the events of that night, things take an even darker turn. Just what did happen on that remote country road? Who is responsible? And can the family get through this together…Or will the truth finally tear them apart?
A stunning, deeply emotional and beautifully realised cross between SOPHIE’S CHOICE and DAUGHTER.
Written like a thriller, this is a moving study of grief and guilt. Lizzie is riddled with both following a horrific accident that leaves her family a member short, a hole they will never fill.
As Lizzie struggles with her emotions, her husband and daughter wrestle with their own. This could tear them apart, or bring them closer together.
Well written with a strong sense of character and a gripping plot, this lingers with you, the sense of loss and trying to move on are articulate and powerful.
*I was kindly gifted a copy of this book in exchange for taking part in the blog tour but all opinions remain my own.