A Review of “A Bend in the Willow”

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This is a wonderful book, and I would highly recommend it.I would like to thank NetGalley and Tirgearr Publishers for the ARC of “A Bend in the Willow” by Susan Clayton-Goldner. The plot starts when Robin Lee Carter, a 17 year old, after being raped contributes to a fire that kills her rapist. She disappears leaving her old life behind, and is able to find happiness now married with a young son. Now known as Catherine Henry ,everything seems perfect until her young son needs a donor transplant to save his life. The only relatives that could possibly save her son’s life exist in Catherine’s other secret life she left behind. That secret could destroy Catherine’s life but save her son. Susan Clayton writes about betrayal, forgiveness, family, trust and love. I felt very emotional reading this intriguing story, and would highly recommend this . This novel is adult fiction with a touch of mystery, and twists and turns.

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