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Em & Me by Beth Morrey

  This is a heartrending tale about motherhood, transformation and love by Beth Morrey. It is hard to put down! I enjoyed it better than her first one, because I found that one a bit miserable. At the beginning of the book, Delphine is a young woman in her twenties with a daughter, working as a waitress, and looking after her father. Her dreams have sadly passed her by, all because of a love affair at a young age. When Delphine is fired, she starts a new journey, one which leads her back into the traumas of her past, and concerns her relationship with her daughter. Does Delphine have the courage to stay on this difficult journey? This is such a moving book, even more so than the first one. I loved it, and I like the fact that Cambridge plays a big role in both books. I received this free ebook from  NetGalley  in return for an honest review.

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