FTC:I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.
The cover and excerpt from the book were taken off of the website that gave me the book to review.
They vowed, as children, to be silent…
When her father orchestrates a surprise trip to the summer house of her childhood, Bailee Cooper is unprepared for what follows. What is intended to be a happy reunion for Bailee and her sisters quickly becomes shrouded by memories from the past.
Together again, the three sisters sift through their recollections of fifteen years ago…of an ill mother, and of their father making a desperate choice. One sister believes their silence must end and the truth be revealed. But they soon come to wonder if they can trust their memories.
Mark Delahunt arrives in the wake of this emotional turmoil. Determined to win Bailee’s affection, Mark becomes a strong fortress for her in this time of confusion, and what was once a tentative promise begins to take root and grow. Caught between the past and an uncertain future, can Bailee let God guide her to healing…or will she risk losing the chance to embrace love?
I can’t saw enough good things about this book. I read the whole book in 3 days. It was an amazing book. It really made me think about things in my own life. I also now have the motivation to make some changes that I need to make in my life. I usually don’t like books like this one but I couldn’t put it down and I learned so much about myself because the main character in the book is my age and has a personality like mine. I am not going into details because I don’t want to give the story away to anyone who may want to read the book.