Souvenir - Therese Fowler Reviews
Description:ISBN 1847560091 / Author: Therese Fowler / Genre: Fiction / What if the only person who could help was the one whose heart you'd broken? A captivating and heartrending novel of lost love, family secrets and betrayal from a major new talent. 'Memories are like spinning blades; ... more
Souvenir - Therese Fowler ... dangerous at close range.' Meg Powell and Carson McKay were soulmates. Until Meg inexplicably walked away and straight into the arms of another man. While Meg set about building a career and a family -- and trying her best to forget Carson -- he poured his soul into the music that was to make him an international superstar. Now, twenty years later, Meg is forced to confront the past and hidden truths in the pages of her late mother's diaries -- little knowing that her teenaged daughter Savannah is playing with fire, creating a secret life on the internet that sucks her into a dangerous world. Then Carson arrives back in town -- just as Meg finds out startling news which will change her life for ever.
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Therese Fowler Souvenir
Pages: 528, Paperback, Avon
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