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    What could you forgive?

    Martha and Scott’s Lives are complete. While they are both involved in careers and Martha’s charity, the arrival of Layla 8 weeks before is welcomed. Martha is organized and ambitious while her sister Becky is a little bit of a train wreck. Separated from her husband, Marc, she flits around from job to job, never happy, drinks a little too much but coparents Xander that she had as a teenager. Becky and Martha. Two sisters. So close. Until tragedy strikes as one is accused of killing the other’s child. The sisters’ family; a mother and father and brother that is trying to support them both. But how do you believe one daughter when the truth seems obvious and your other daughter’s life is in shambles. This story is primarily Martha’s story as we are taken through Becky’s court case and the story from various witnesses and family. This is a tough story to read. The death of a little 8 week old baby. Intentional or not? So sad and emotional; one can expect to need a few kleenexes as Martha’s pain is so raw as she tries to make sense of what has happened while trying to believe in Becky’s innocence. While hard to read sometimes though, it is such a well written story as I was gripped from the beginning and couldn’t stop reading. Such a good read and you can’t help but be drawn into the story and trying to find a different outcome other than the one that seems obvious, not wanting to believe in Becky’s guilt either. Highly recommend this book. It is an unforgettable one.

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