Torn: A terrified girl. A shocking secret. A terrible choice. 4/5
I thought I'd start the year off with something a little different. And I have to say I really did enjoy this book.
Rosie Lewis is a foster carer, I have read a few of Rosie's books, and enjoyed them all. I think they are brilliantly written. Covering some very difficult subjects and situations.
I think being a foster carer is an amazing thing anyone can do. I dread to think what could happen to some of these kids if it wasn't for people like Rosie.
Rosie really has her hands full with this placement, A sister and a brother, along with her own two children, Rosie's patience really is tested.
I'm worried about going into any details as I think it would give too much away, but what I will say is if this is they type of read you enjoy or if you have enjoyed previous books by Rosie Lewis, Cathy Glass etc., then you will thoroughly enjoy this.
I read this book in 3 parts. part one is available now, or the full book is available for kindle 14th January 2016 (click above image to pre-order)
Foster carer Rosie Lewis faces a battle to uncover the dark family secret that is tearing a family apart.
Experienced foster carer, Rosie Lewis, is used to looking after children from difficult home situations, but she finds herself struggling when she agrees to take in Taylor and her younger brother, Reece, for a short while. Taylor tries desperately not to fit in, to be the tough young teen that she has had to become, making it clear that she cares about nothing and no-one, while Reece is just desperate for someone to love him. Rosie finds herself battling an unknown monster in their past, as social media and the Internet become a means to control and manipulate the siblings while in her care. And then a more sinister turn of events causes Rosie to dig into their past, desperate to discover the truth before her time with them is over and they must be returned to their family.