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  • A Mother's Choice

    This is the heartbreaking story of a dysfunctional family. A father, a mother, The son Kevin and the daughter Rachel. I held my breath as Rachel describes the abusive acts her father committed against her mother, her brother and herself. No one was brave enough to resist until one day when Rachel and her mother left leaving her brother behind. A decision that would haunt both of them for years to come. Rachel is now grown with a family of her own. All at once troll dolls start appearing everywhere, her home, her husband’s car, her husband’s office. Rachel is sure her father has found her because he troll dolls were hers as a child. She can’t tell her husband he thinks her father is dead and her mother is dying in the hospice center. She doesn’t know what to do. Then she finds out her father is dead and her daughter is missing from her bedroom. She knows it has to be Kevin, he was mean to her as a child, has he grown up to be like her father? Will she find them in time to save her daughter? This book is filled with suspense start to finish. I would recommend it. Thanks to Nicole Trope, Bookouture, and NetGalley for allowing me to read an advance copy in return for an honest review

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  • The life you left behind

    Can't access this book after first 2 pages it takes me to finish .Very disappointed

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  • The life she ldft behind

    Was unable to access the book after purchasing it. It comes up as finished after only showing me 2 pages. Not happy.

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  • An emotional read

    Whew, an emotional read was this. Author Nicole Trope pulled at my heartstrings with the rendering of a tale that so many of us had gone through. I could just sigh at the end. Tough lives we women led. Rachel had a perfect life, so she thought. But there was a secret buried deep inside her which she had promised never to tell. But like all secrets, it wanted to come out to destroy the life she led. Having read many books by the author, I should have expected how much the words etched on paper would touch me. But silly me, I went in blind. And came out with a film of tears. The book was not heartbreaking emotional, but it dealt with a subject matter which is so valid today. Told in multiple POVs, a bit confusing initially, but later got into a good rhythm, I loved how parts of her past were slowly pieced together. The child who was, the child she had to be soon emerged, bringing the full story in sight. Rachel evoked quite a few of my emotions. I felt I was with her in her life journey. The writing brought the characters to life, their pain and fear became real to me. There were a twist at the end in their lies and revenge, but overall the prose superceded by love and forgiveness. Real but flawed characters, an emotional story written with a steady hand, it was quite a read!!

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  • The nowhere girl

    Brilliant great read like all other Nicole Trope book's kept me turning the page's

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