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Anya Mora

Autor(a) de Tuesday's Child

21 Works 110 Membros 5 Críticas

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Anya Mora lives in the Pacific Northwest with her family. Her novels, while leaning toward the dark, ultimately reflect light, courage, and her innate belief that love rewards the brave.

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Received this book in exchange for an honest review.

First book I've read by this author. Despite several typos in the book, the story itself was ok. It was a quick read. Cora and Ezra are trying to function on their own after the death of Noah, Cora's husband and Ezra's father several years prior. The story starts with a young man, Daniel, who is left for dead. Daniel and Ezra were close friends when they were younger and Daniel's family lived in the same duplex and Ezra and his family. Both now 17, they have grown apart and Cora has left the church where she felt grounded when she was married.

After hearing about Daniel, Cora starts thinking about the time when they lived next door to Daniel's family and how close she and his mom were. She wonders if she can fix that fractured friendship. While doing laundry, she discovers Ezra's clothes in the washer covered in blood and starts wondering if her son was involved in Daniel's attack.

Cora's boyfriend, Riiggs, is an investigative journalist covering Daniel's attack but he doesn't know about the connection between Cora and Daniel's family. She's not sure she wants him to know.

The book ended with a neatly tied bow but it left me feeling as though there could have been more to the story.
… (mais)
 
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Cathie_Dyer | 1 outra crítica | Feb 29, 2024 |
Received this book in exchange for an honest review.

First book I've read by this author. Despite several typos in the book, the story itself was ok. It was a quick read. Cora and Ezra are trying to function on their own after the death of Noah, Cora's husband and Ezra's father several years prior. The story starts with a young man, Daniel, who is left for dead. Daniel and Ezra were close friends when they were younger and Daniel's family lived in the same duplex and Ezra and his family. Both now 17, they have grown apart and Cora has left the church where she felt grounded when she was married.

After hearing about Daniel, Cora starts thinking about the time when they lived next door to Daniel's family and how close she and his mom were. She wonders if she can fix that fractured friendship. While doing laundry, she discovers Ezra's clothes in the washer covered in blood and starts wondering if her son was involved in Daniel's attack.

Cora's boyfriend, Riiggs, is an investigative journalist covering Daniel's attack but he doesn't know about the connection between Cora and Daniel's family. She's not sure she wants him to know.

The book ended with a neatly tied bow but it left me feeling as though there could have been more to the story.
… (mais)
 
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Cathie_Dyer | Feb 29, 2024 |
FROM AMAZON: My daughter is dead.

My husband and I cling to what’s left of our family, desperate to make sense of the tragedy. But when the sheriff knocks, he delivers news no mother should ever have to hear. Our daughter was murdered.

And my son is the prime suspect.

When we adopted 11-year-old Holden, we weren’t wearing rose-colored glasses. But we never could have imagined this.

They say you can’t pick your family. But I picked mine. Did I choose my daughter’s murderer?… (mais)
 
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Gmomaj | 1 outra crítica | Oct 4, 2023 |
A quick read about a new mother with a tragic past, her husband who travels, the new nanny, lies, and bad choices that have consequences
 
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LaneyLegz | Jul 29, 2023 |

Estatísticas

Obras
21
Membros
110
Popularidade
#176,729
Avaliação
½ 3.5
Críticas
5
ISBN
18
Línguas
1

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