‘Fantastic page-turner!!! An absolute must read… Heartbreaking… I was completely absorbed from the first page… My heart was in my throat… ABSOLUTELY loved this.’ Bookworm86 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Twin sisters. One destiny. Until…
‘There are some things, that once divided, can never be put back together.’
Jodie and Harper are destined to be on the West End stage side by side. They’ve lived and worked on that dream all their lives but, in a split second, their world divides. Harper is left disabled after a black taxi ploughs into her and Jodie has to return to her stage career alone.
After the accident, the doctors tell Harper she will live, but she’ll be a wheelchair user. Jodie vows to never leave her side, but Harper knows that’s not what she needs. Having never been apart, for the first time, Harper needs time and space to adjust to her new life, and she recognises her sister needs to do the same.
Facing life without her best friend is harder than Harper thought and, as the time comes for them to reunite, she senses something is wrong. Her sister has disappeared. Harper has been so focussed on her recovery, she’s forgotten the promise they made to each other: that they would stick together, no matter what.
As she begins to search for Jodie, she has a horrible feeling in her chest… If something has happened to her twin sister, can she find her way back to her before it’s too late?
A heartbreaking and gripping emotional read, perfect for fans of unputdownable family dramas, and for those who love reading Jodi Picoult, Liane Moriarty and Diane Chamberlain.
Previously published as Her Sister’s Promise.
Praise for A Life Lived Beautifully:
‘I have been through an emotional wringer… a tearjerker.’ Goodreads reviewer ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
‘I LOVED it. An unputdownable addictive emotional rollercoaster.’ Bookworm86 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
‘I absolutely loved this!... I was hooked… read this in one sitting.’ Nat’s Bookish Corner ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
‘Heartbreaking and unforgettable.’ Goodreads reviewer
‘I couldn’t put it down!’ Goodreads reviewer
‘OMG. I cried... This book will rip you apart, but make you smile.’ Opened Book
'Finally recognition for people with disabilities... Loved the ending.' Amazon reviewer
Loved this one