Thursday, 5 May 2016

Review: Beyond Repair by Kelly Lincoln

Beyond Repair
Five years ago, Brooke had everything she wanted… until it disappeared like a magic trick. While she grieved the loss of her perfect future, fate sealed it. Moving on wasn’t an option. It was a requirement.

Now, Brooke has more money than she knows what to do with. But she also has panic attacks, no relationships outside her family, and a daughter. Brooke may have shut down, but there is no way to numb the constant terror that Mia could be taken away from her. She spends her days looking over her shoulder and avoiding her shameful memories.
She’s fine hiding from the world until Chris moves next door. A friendship forms when they unwillingly bond over their painful pasts. As walls come down, their relationship starts to develop into more. Brooke now realizes everything she’s missing out on and wants—a happy and stable family for her and Mia.

But Mia may not be the child with no traces of her father as Brooke assumed. And making a moral choice will risk everything.

Kerry's review 5 of 5 stars

First of all I would just like to point out I want to find this author and shout at her for making me cry so much during this book!!
Now that is out the way I can't say how much this book affected me! It was beautifully heartbreaking from start to finish! At times I really didn't think I could continue I didn't want to turn the next page and see more bad news for Brooke. Saying that I hate reviews that have spoilers so I tend not to write anything about the book itself just my opinion of this but I will seriously be recommending this book to everyone I know who reads.
Brooke Chris and Mia are the perfect little family I'm so glad they all got the happy endings they deserve I'm a sucker for a happy ending. I have to stop I could go on and on about how much I love this book but I think you can all see that.
This is also the first book I have read by this author and it certainly won't be the last!I've had this book on my kindle forever and it got lost in all my other books and I am so gutted about this.

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