Five women have remained friends ever since their schooldays.
This story follows one year in their lives when each has a burden to share and a tragedy to bear. Friendships sustains them but at times can endanger them. Lulworth Cove in Dorset is the springboard for this tale of meetings, partings and dreams unfullfilled.
Each must find their way and make their own journey. Their annual reunion is a time for revealations and surprises. One finds courage and another finds love. One will not make their next reunion.
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Liz Cragg said:
A real page turner! The five women become friends and the aspects of their lives and the changes taking place over the course of the year, become addictive. I found myself relating to one of the women and sympathising with the trauma that she went through.
I would definitely recommend this book as a gripping read.
Jane Simms said:
This books starts with 5 friends who met a school. Every year they meet up to catch up on their lives. The story starts with the reunion at Lulworth Cove in Dorset and continues with gripping stories of how their lives unfold.
I found this book thrilling which was hard to put down at times. It is very well written and at times you get really get caught up in the lives of these women.
Brilliant book and would recommend it.
Tracey Hughes said:
I enjoyed this book. The five women become your friends. Reading this as someone much younger than these women you can see members of your own family in them. Life’s experiences can be hard and these women are strong and resilient. They rise above the bad experience and learn and grow from them.
A hard book to put down once you have strated it, be warned!
Gillian Leone said:
What an easy going and relaxed read, I couldn’t put the book down. I could relate to the story of the women getting together because I’m of a similar age. I recently went to the Dorset aswell so I could really picture the settings. I want their to be a sequel in some way because I want to know what happens to them after the Reunion. A good read, I certainly am recommending it to my friends.