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  • The River Home

    Yet another totally enjoyable read from the author. Love this lady! Hannah Richell always gets to the readers with her writing and i never want to finish the novels.

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  • The River Home

    Great read, a real emotional roller coaster. A family at times torn apart by secrets that divided and kept them behind a world of hurt and pain.

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  • Tugs on your heart strings and makes you cry.

    Margot Sorrell lives in Edinburgh in Scotland, she left home when she was sixteen and she's estranged from her family. She receives a text message from her sister Lucy, she needs her to return to England and she’s getting married. The three sisters Eve, Lucy and youngest Margot grew up running around their parents Kit and Ted’s seventeenth century property in Somerset, it’s in a beautiful location, by the river, the sisters were close, now secrets and tension within the family have kept them apart. Lucy and Tom have decided to get married, giving everyone a week’s notice and are holding their wedding at Windfalls. Eve’s in her element, she planned her own wedding and she offers her assistance to help her sister Lucy. Things begin to get a little tense, Lucy wants a very casual wedding, Eve gets rather exasperated and when Margot arrives the situation escalates. The tension in the family is from the past, they all have grievances against each other and some have secrets. Kit’s a rather free spirited person and unconventional, she found motherhood difficult, Ted suggested she try writing a book and she becomes a successful published author. Ted’s a playwright, his career was put on hold to raise the girls and sadly his relationship with Kit ended. When her parents separated Margot was the only child living at home, her mother became even more distracted and just when Margot needed her the most. The wedding forces the whole family to be together, it’s a pressure cooker type of situation, everyone needs to get along for Lucy and Tom's sake, can they move on from the mistakes of the past and tragic secrets will be revealed. The River Home by Hannah Richell is an amazing story, it’s about a broken family coming together for a happy occasion, all the emotion that comes with it, trying to heal their fractured relationship and receiving unexpected news. You will need a box of tissues, it’s beautifully written, it tugs on your heartstrings in so many ways and I was sobbing at the end. I received a copy of this book from Hachette Australia in exchange for an honest review and five stars from me.

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  • The River Home.

    Great read, loved this book I couldnt put it down. Another great read from Hannah Richell.

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