Blurb: He saved your son’s life.
Does that mean you have to give him yours?
It starts with a holiday.
A three-year-old boy on a beach,
and the hero who saves his life.
But nothing is ever that simple.
Tessa and Marcus know they owe Dave Jepsom more than they can ever repay.
Yet even as he is walking from the sea with their son in his arms,
there is something about him that makes them uneasy.
He is not like other people that they know.
Being with him makes them confront truths about themselves they would rather not see.
The shock of that moment will change everything.
And it’s not how things start that matter.
But how they end . . .
Reason #1 – I’ve been a loyal fan of Sabine Durrant ever since I read her thriller “Under your skin” with my book club / I correct myself, it was even before that when I read her funny yet endearing little novel called “The great indoors“.
Reason #2 – I deeply respect Cleo’s opinions as in so many instances her tastes reflect my own tastes in reading.
Once again, I covet a title that is offered by a United Kingdom based publisher, Hodder & Stoughton/Mulholland Books.
My problem? This new title of Sabine Durrant’s called “Take me in” is not available to me on the North American NetGalley or Edelweiss (though it is available to ‘wish for’ on the UK NetGalley site) AND I cannot even place an order for it on Amazon as it is not available in Canada.
Once again I’ve been foiled by International Publishing rights issues…
Is there a particular title that YOU want to read, yet is unavailable to you? Feel free to add your rant to mine in the comments.