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Choices: What would you do? Paperback – 30 May 2012
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16 September 2012
I really enjoyed this book and cared about the outcomes for the characters. I really liked the well researched details about the various choices involved which made it feel more than just a page turner. Thoroughly recommend for a rainy weekend's indulgence!
3 March 2013
Choices is a beautifully written reminder of how easily a life can unravel. Well conceived characters and a fast moving plot creates a story that is heart-warming and empathetic in the face of the heroine's challenging dilemmas. I was drawn in by Lauren's character from the very start, as she seemed so real and familiar, and it was easy identify with her world....... and her problems. The story was very readable and extremely difficult to put down! A wonderful debut. I'm looking forward to the next book.
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7 December 2012
This is not my normal type of read but being recommended by a good friend I thought I'd give it a go. How pleased I am that I did. What a great read; the plot, characters and dilemmas faced by the heroine were totally believable and I couldn't put it down. Where has this writer been? Why haven't I heard of her before? I'll certainly be looking out for her next novel. Well done!
10 November 2012
As a busy working middle-aged mother of two I was delighted to find a book that I could enjoy and read easily without having the feeling that I had down-shifted uncomfortably from my pre-family standard of reading. I loathe chick-lit but I loved this book - I felt sympathy for her heroine's dilemmas and I read it really quickly without 'losing the plot' on any level. Well done Teresa, when's the next one due?