#Review By Lou – The Daughter’s Choice @SDRauthor @AvonBooksUK @rararesources #Fiction

The Daughter’s Choice
By S.D. Robertson

Rating: 3.5 out of 5.

The Daughters Choice

Captivating drama is what is within the pages of The Daughter’s Choice. Thanks to Rachel’s Random Resources and Avon Books for the blog tour invite and a copy of the book.

Blurb

The Daughters Choice coverIs her whole life built on a lie?

Rose has always been close to her father. Her mother died soon after she was born, so it’s been just the two of them for as long as she can remember.

But a chance encounter days before she’s due to get married leaves Rose questioning everything she has ever known.

The man she trusts most in the world has been keeping a secret from her.

And the truth will leave her with an impossible choice…

Review

There is more than 1 person’s story to tell here. There is Rosie’s, Cassie’s, Dave’s and then there’s also the truthh to come out as to what really went on.

Dave is Rosie’s dad. He has taken on both parental roles, since Rosie’s mother died and his whole life practically revolves around her. I felt a bit sorry for that, but in saying that, it is lovely how strong this father, daughter bond is. There is even a treat in store a week before her wedding day – a spa day. The atmosphere is joyous, giggly and all as it should be.

All the stories as they unfold are interesting and run through a whole gambit of emotions, like heartbreak, happiness and anger (not necessarily in that order).

An encounter with Cassie and Rosie’s world is changed… Cassie has an agenda and is pretty masterful at being able to manipulate situations.

Betrayal, secrets and lies are discovered by the reader as their stories go on that turn Rosie’s world upside down and there are suddenly choices to be made, which make this book fairly gripping.

It may not always keep you guessing, but on the whole that’s alright. The book is full of well executed drama that explores themes of family, betrayal, love and choices and it is these that are interesting to see unfold.

SDRobertsonAbout the Author

Former journalist S.D. Robertson quit his role as a local newspaper editor to pursue a lifelong ambition of becoming a novelist. He lives in a village near Manchester with his wife and daughter and now writes full-time – and it’s safe to say the career move paid off! Stuart is a USA Today and Kindle Top 100 bestseller.

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