The story takes place in California and several spots are described as the setting of the novel. 45 more words
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I like Diane Chamberlain – she’s like a slightly less good Jodi Picoult, but filled with the same flavour of human drama that makes Picoult’s books so compelling. 496 more words
I loved this book! There was so much mystery surrounding the truths behind the “suicide” of Riley’s sister, Lisa. It was a novel that definitely kept me turning each page, with increasing curiosity, as I learn the truth behind Lisa’s suicide and fatal accident, Riley’s mom, and the many secrets that the MacPherson parents died with. 112 more words
I remember how this one got onto my original to-read pile. It was another one of those I need to make my Amazon order over £10 for free delivery so what can I add that’s quite cheap purchases that once again caught my eye because of the cover. 361 more words
Why read normally when you can read in style!
I don’t know about you but I know that I love reading, from Dorothy Koomson to Diane Chamberlain and sometimes because I don’t have a bookmark to remember my pages so I make a mental note of it… however mental ink never really lasts long :/ 94 more words