I loved this book from the first page, it was easy to get into and so nice to read and relax without trying to work out who killed who! I loved all these characters but also the way they all seemed to learn from their mistakes and rectify them, shame that does not happen a bit more in real life.
I liked that we all found out a bit more about diabetes which I think is very handy as it is getting very common now, due I think to the lifestyle we lead. Alex also wrote about blood tests and hereditary which was very interesting and the really good part was that we were gaining a bit of knowledge without even realising it, that makes for a very talented author I feel.
Sam comes home from working away thinking that he will just fit back into family life but his wife Chrissie is not so sure and keeps him at arm’s length. Then Jude returns home to be close to family and her god-daughter. How will they all fit back together or has it been too long? Sam and Chrissie’s daughter is very impatient and tries to manipulate conditions for them to spend time together but it takes a near emergency before they all realise that life is to short and family is everything.
I will be looking out for some more of Alex’s books in the future as I really enjoyed this story.
I also have a signed copy ready for the winner of my author spotlight competition to be held in July, so if you have a question you would like to ask Alex then please let me know by a comment or email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org Alex will pick the best question to answer and that will be the winning one.
Happy reading x