A Million Dreams
Huge apologies to Dani Atkin's and everyone at Head of Zeus for missing my stop on the Blog Tour in November. Please see the lovely review from Julie Williams below. Sorry once again.
This is a lovely honest book that depicts a Mother’s love in its entirety. I thoroughly enjoyed this pacey page turner and devoured each chapter. The storyline is a heart breaker that had me on an emotional roller coaster complete with plenty of ‘lump in throat’ moments.
Beth Brandon, a widow, decides to try for a much wanted baby by using her final stored embryo but due to a terrible mistake by a worker at the clinic she discovers that is was given to another couple Izzy and Pete, resulting in a child Noah who is now 8 years old.
A Million Dreams describes the dilemmas and almost impossible decisions that have to be faced head on. There are of course no winners or easy solutions in this situation with two Mothers fighting for their child. Emotions run high with plenty of agonising tears along the way. Heart strings are pulled in every direction as the two women’s lives are thrown together in the most compelling situation.
A beautiful book that I happily give 5 stars to and would recommend to readers who love Women’s romantic fiction.
My thanks to Net Galley and Head of Zeus for the ARC digital copy in exchange for an honest opinion.
My gratitude extends to Julie Boon for including my review on her blog tour spot on boonsbookcase.blogspot.co.uk
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