Author Mary Sheldon makes her writing debut with this compelling novel. Arriving home from school one day, eight-year-old Alexis is devastated when she learns of her mother's abandonment. Now 40, Alexis is drawn back into her tragic past through the eyes of a troubled teen. The emotional reading by Barbara Rosenblat lends heartbreaking awareness to every single sentiment.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Being a fan of Sidney Sheldon made me buy this book. It goes from one sad event to another. A story of people whose paths cross, but never really goes anywhere. Leaves too many unanswered questions. If you like neat happy endings, keep looking.
I was first attracted to this novel because Sidney Sheldon is one of my favorite authors. But after having read it, I found that Mary Sheldon is an author whose name should be able to stand on its own. Her writing style is clear yet eloquent, her morals deep and her wisdom quite beyond her years.