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The Secret Daughter Originally posted on Secret Daughter is Kelly Rimmer s second novel with publishers Bookouture Kelly s first novel with Bookouture, Me Without You, was published back in June 2014, and is one that I haven t yet had the chance to read, but I m certain that after my experience with The Secret Daughter, I will definitely be treating myself There is no doubt in my mind that Me Without You will be absolutely saturated with the same effortlessly real emotion that Kelly s second novel is.In The Secret Daughter, Kelly Rimmer masterfully handles a truly tender and moving plot that had the floodgates bursting open One of the things that I adored most within this book was how it was structured Rather than taking the reader right the way through Sabina s story of self discovery in the present day, the reader is swept into the past during a time of great sadness and grief Not only do we watch this emotional novel unfold from Sabina s first person narrative, which was completely overwhelming, but we re also invited to watch the past reveal itself first through Lily s letters, and then through Megan s first person perspective, too I ve probably made it sound complicated in my review but I can assure you that this is most definitely not the case Kelly handles these different times and narratives with excellent ease, and I cannot applaud the author enough on the effect that this had on me as a reader I believe that when an aut The story flicks between past and present In the past we get to meet Sabina s real mum in the lead up to giving birth and what life was like in the home that she was sent to In present day we see first hand what it is like for Sabina coming to terms with finding out she is adopted.I had so much empathy for Sabina Usually most people know they were adopted from a young age or usually around the time they get to their eighteenth birthday Sabina is only a couple of years off her fortieth Understandably it comes as a big shock.It usually always fascinates me in why a mother would give up a child Sabina s real mum s story was so heart breaking to read It was hard to imagine what life must have been like all the years she was apart from her daughter It really makes for an emotional read.The Secret Daughter is a heart breaking and emotional story The author grabbed my attention right from the very first page and I was totally engrossed until the very last Read The Secret Daughter By Kelly Rimmer Thomashillier.co.uk As I Saw My New Born Baby S Face For The First Time I Tried Desperately To Capture Her Face In My Mind To Stamp It Onto My Eyelids As She Was Taken From Me I Knew I Might Never See My Daughter Again.37 Years Later You Were Adopted Three Short Words And Sabina S Life Fractures There Would Forever Be A Before Those Words, And An After.Pregnant With Her Own Child, Sabina Can T Understand How A Mother Could Abandon Her Daughter, Or Why Her Parents Have Kept The Past A Secret.Determined To Find The Woman Who Gave Her Away, What She Discovers Will Change Everything, Not Just For Sabina, But For The Women Who Have Loved Her All These Years.From The Bestselling Author Of Me Without You Comes Another Touching, Beautifully Told Story About The Pain Of Separation And The Enduring Strength Of Love. This book was an emotional roller coaster A bit upsetting and sad, but truly beautiful story about family, love and new beginnings.And I am so happy that my reading challenge is completed with this amazing book. As a mother, The Secret Daughter spoke to me directly.We meet Sabina At 37 years of age, she falls pregnant, only to find out she was adopted.What a shock that would be to anyone.It s also a shock to Sabina as she already loves her unborn child than she would have imagined possible.How could anyone abandon their child Why was she put up for adoption Sabina struggles with these questions and then sets out to find her biological mother.At this point in The Secret Daughter, I was almost frightened for Sabina.Sure, she has a right to know, but that knowledge could easily be a horrible tale A very beautiful and sensitive story based on truly heartbreaking true events in Australia in the early 70 s concerning forced adoptions I loved reading about the main character Bean s emotions and feeli Overall I thought it was a very interesting subject However, I thought there was a lot of lazy writing when it came to the search and certain characters It was too easy and fairly irritating how all the loose ends so easily came together I did like how it made me swing i Wow what a corker Weepy and possibly predictable in a way, nevertheless this does not detract from a simple, heartwrenching story that is well told Good, clear writing that comes across as true rather than fiction based on real situation Had me in tears on the tube, choking back the Sabina is 38 years old and pregnant with her first baby when her parents hit her with the bombshell that she is adopted in this extremely emotional and melodramatic story which weaves its way between 1973 and 2012 The story is told from three perspectives, Sabina herself, her birth mother Lilly and her adopted mother Megan, so we get all three angles of this very sad story We follow Lilly throughout her pregnancy and birth, Sabina in the present and throughout the story and particularly during the second half of the book we find out just what the connection between Lilly and Megan was, and how she came to adopt Sabina.It isn t hard to imagine Sabina s reaction to the news one of anger and confusion, especially as her parents waited so long to break the news to her Why wasn t she told sooner And, why are her parents still not telling her the truth and behaving so cagey about matters It soon becomes clear that if she is going to find out anything at all about her birth parents, she is going to have to do it without their help.The first half of the book is extremely emotional as we watch Sabina trying to come to terms with the news and her feelings towards her parents However, the second half of the book is upbeat and much positive all round and I was quite relieved about this as I felt I was almost wallowing in angst I was eager to read this book as I have heard a lot about it so, when I was granted a copy from Bookouture via Net Galley in exchange for my honest review, of course, I jumped right in.Kelly Rimmer the author doesn t mess about, she tells it like it is, and draws you without you noticing it I sat and finished this book today, I had only started it late last night, but I just had to pick it up and carry on I did text my book buddy to say you gotta read this , she looked, and she has it to read on her list I am so glad of that because I just know she will love it.What must it be like to be in your 30 s Married Expecting a child of your own and then being told by your parents that you had been adopted This is what happened to Sabina.Can you imagine the impact Ted her husband is stood right beside her, he has her back, he has her emotions, he is a great help to her, solid and factual But Sabina cannot come to terms with this, OF COURSE NOT, its a SHOCK to the must amazing degree Her life as she knew it was now in pieces.Its not easy to think well, these are still my parents, they brought me up , its the big heap of questions that go around in your head and one of the big ones is Who is my Mother She finds her parents very cagey.Now this is where it got so addictive for me I was solidly glued to my Kindle Just what were the parents hiding Just what

About the Author: Kelly Rimmer

Kelly Rimmer is the USA Today bestselling women s fiction author of five novels, including Me Without You and The Secret Daughter Her most recent release is Before I Let You Go She lives in rural Australia with her husband, 2 children and fantastically naughty dogs, Sully and Basil Her novels have been translated into than 20 languages.

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