By Kate Hewitt
Abby Rhodes is simply commencing to get her existence on target. After her fiancé’s unforeseen loss of life, she back along with her younger son to the small village the place she grew up and threw herself into assisting her unwell grandmother run the town's seashore café. Then one night, her mom, Laura, exhibits up in Hartley-by-the-Sea and declares her plan to stick. After two decades away, she now desires to concentrate on the future—and has no goal, it sort of feels, of revisiting the painful past.
Laura Rhodes has made loads of blunders, and lots of of them problem her daughter. yet as Abby will get little glimpses into her mother's existence, she starts off to achieve there are depths to Laura she by no means knew. Slowly, Abby and Laura commence making tentative steps towards one another, in basic terms to have lifestyles develop into much more advanced whilst an unforeseen tragedy arises. jointly, the 2 girls will realize truths either unhappy and spectacular that draw them in the direction of a brand new knowing of what it capability to really forgive anyone you love.
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A Mother Like Mine (A Hartley-by-the-Sea Novel) by Kate Hewitt