Lizzie Walsh has moved to Dublin to start her life again - she has a great job as a fundraiser, a boyfriend she's crazy about and friends she loves.
Until, leaving work late one evening, she runs into the one person she just can't run away from.
Lizzie was only a teenager when, ten years ago, her sister Megan drowned.
A local boy, Joe, was sentenced to life imprisonment for murder.
Now Joe is back, released from prison on good behaviour, and he, too, wants to put the past to rest.
But Lizzie can't stop thinking about the pain he's caused her family - it doesn't seem fair that he should be able to let go.
Then, as Lizzie slowly gains his confidence, her own falters: Joe isn't quite what she expected.
Can she find the strength to let old wounds heal?
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 384 pages
- Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
- Publication Date: 29/01/2009
- Category: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
- ISBN: 9780751539585
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Review by cherrybob_omb
I picked this up on the cheap, largely based on the Marian Keyes comparison on the cover. The story is okay, it's just that the main character is never particularly interesting, and though damaged, she never has the depth of a Keyes character. It's fairly predictable in the end, though I think it is one of those books that is supposed to be more about the journey than the destination.<p>It also contains far more information about pigeon racing than I ever wanted to know. Does anyone?