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I used to love a Danielle Steel book as emotions would emanate from the words. A promise was a promise, the betrayal was one. Every word would make me feel deeply. But not in recent times.
This book too had a great concept. Finding Ashley a child who was given up for adoption 33 years ago, and Melissa who had lost everything in the present set out to find her, along with her sister Hattie. In Ireland.
The story started off slow with too many repetitive lines telling me about Melissa character. I got that she had lost her son and had become numb to emotions. I needed more from the lines to evoke my emotions.
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