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  • Just ok

    I'll make this one pretty brief. I normally really like a book that's told from multiple points of view, but something about this one made it a little hard for me to follow initially, and it also made it difficult for me to connect with the characters. About the time I'd start to get interested in a character/storyline, we jumped to a different one. Ultimately, I didn't dislike the book, but I didn't like it as much as I probably could have with a few tweaks.

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  • Was okay

    I enjoyed the book as a light read. The characters were under-developed and the suspense was underwhelming but good exploration of grief and the setting was interesting

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  • Intriguing storyline!

    When I read the blurb for this novel, I was intrigued by the storyline premise.   Lots of potential here for a gripping page turner.  The story itself is that.   Intrigue, secrets long hidden, and truths that are maybe years too late in arriving.   Lots of twists and turns, and unexpected happenings. As well as an ending that surprised me. For this alone, I can recommend the book. However, I found most of the main characters hard to like.  It gets better once you're past the preliminaries, but they never became endearing to me.  I was never really able to become invested in their outcomes. Perhaps that's how they were intended to come across? [I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author via NetGalley, and am leaving an honest review of the book.   The opinions expressed herein are entirely my own.]

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  • strongly recommended

    This is one of those book that makes you feel send when you read the last page. I loved this story, engrossing and entertaining, and loved Annabelle, Willa, Sylvia, and Indigo. It's a gripping and engrossing story, heart warming and heart wrenching at the same time. I was hooked since the first pages and turn pages as fast as I could because I wanted to know what what going to happen and delve into the character's stories. There's a lot of character development and there's an interesting path to healing and changing. All the female characters face life changing events and they grow becoming stronger and happier. I also fell in love with Tasmanian and spend to book wishing to be there as I loved the vivid description of the places. It's the first book I read by this author and won't surely be the last. It was an excellent and poignant read, strongly recommended. Many thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for this ARC, all opinions are mine.

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  • This story really drew me in.

    Willa is about to take a tip trip. Why did she receive a house in an inheritance, and in Sisters Cove in Australia? She doesn't even know who sent the letter. The mere thought of all of this induces her ever present anxiety. Will her husband and son be okay while she is gone? Will this trip allow her to continue to cope with the grief of losing her daughter two years ago? Despite the fact that the house is actually falling apart, Willa is in awe. One person she meets upon arrival is Annabelle, who seems none too pleased to see Willa, especially once she states her purpose. So, there is indeed a mystery. When Willa reveals the fact that the letter came from someone named Lillian, Annabelle gets even more nervous. What a touching story. I love how it went back and forth between past and present, slowly unveiling who Lillian was, how she and Anabelle knew one another, and how and if these two women had anything to do with Willa. As I started to realize the impact and changes that Willa would experience going further, I was even more invested in this story. Another thing that made me think in this story is how Willa dealt with her major anxiety and her triggers. Meanwhile, there was indeed a secret that would impact Willa and even others. I loved this book by Sarah Clutton! I was drawn into the story from the very beginning and was able to enjoy an evening of reading this book from cover to cover. Many thanks to Bookouture and to NetGalley for this ARC for review. This is my honest opinion.

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