Her Daughter’s Secret by Lisa Timoney

Once again I’m delighted to be able to share details of my latest My Weekly online review. Today It’s a real pleasure to feature Her Daughter’s Secret by Lisa Timoney.

Published by Harper Collins’ imprint Avon on 15th September, Her Daughter’s Secret is available for purchase through the links here.

Her Daughter’s Secret

Will her daughter’s secret tear her family apart?

When troubled teenager Immy disappears, she leaves her widowed mother Bea completely devastated. Bea pours her love into her six-year-old niece Phoebe, even taking her in when her single father Ewan takes a job abroad.

Then Immy returns, in desperate need of her mother’s help and love. But Ewan is clear: he will never let Bea see Phoebe again if she welcomes her daughter back.

As Bea grapples with this impossible choice between two girls who sorely need her, a long-buried secret comes out that changes everything – and Bea must fight harder for her family than she ever thought she could.

A gripping, heart-wrenching novel about family secrets and the price of love, perfect for fans of S.D. Robertson, Ali Mercer and Kerry Fisher.

My Review of Her Daughter’s Secret

My full review of Her Daughter’s Secret can be found on the My Weekly website here.

However, what I can say here is that Her Daughter’s Secret is a realistic and emotional insight into family relationships and the choices we have to make that I thoroughly enjoyed reading.

Do visit My Weekly to read my full review here.

About Lisa Timoney

Lisa started her career teaching English and Drama, and when she had her family, combined all three to write novels about family drama. Originally from Yorkshire, she now lives in a London suburb with her husband and two teenage daughters, so expects there’s plenty more drama to come.

For further information about Lisa, visit her website, find her on Facebook and Instagram or follow her on Twitter @LTimoneyWrites.

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