Previously published as My Name Is
- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 727 KB
- Print Length: 286 pages
- Publisher: Bookouture (4 Oct. 2013)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
Thank you to the Author, Publishers and Netgalley for a review copy of this book.
Two ordinary women. Two damaged lives. One friendship that would save them both
Kit Mason has lived a life of unimaginable pain. An ex-prostitute, she has fled the clutches of an abusive pimp and now finds herself living hand to mouth in a new city, without anyone to help her.
Frances Thornton seems to be living the perfect life. A lawyer from a privileged background, her perfect façade hides the painful secrets that still haunt her.
Brought together by their attempts to conquer their addictions in an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, the two women strike up an unlikely friendship.
But can they find strength in each other – or will the demons of their past catch up with them?
Firstly I would like to Thank you to the Author, Publishers and Netgalley for a review copy of this book. And apologise on how long it's taken me to get around to reading it.
The Amazing author that is Angela Marsons seems to be able to write about anything, and grab you right into the story from the early pages. Again this book was brought to my attention only because of who the aurthor was, and had it been an author I hadn't known, I may never have read it. I am so glad I did read it.
What an amazing story the journey of two women who have totally different lives but one thing in common. Drink!
Meeting at an AA meeting they certainly don't hit it off. It's only a matter of time before they realise how they could help each other and a friendship begins to form.
This really was a heart warming read, emotional yet interesting. I found myself really rooting for Kit and Fran to do so well.
A book well worth reading. And a welcome change from the normal genre I read.