Review: Saving You by Charlotte Nash @charlottenash79 @hachetteaus #bookblog #bookreview

Goodreads Blurb

In their tiny pale green cottage under the trees, Mallory Cook and her five-year-old son, Harry, are a little family unit who weather the storms of life together. Money is tight after Harry’s father, Duncan, abandoned them to expand his business in New York. So when Duncan fails to return Harry after a visit, Mallory boards a plane to bring her son home any way she can.

During the journey, a chance encounter with three retirees on the run from their care home leads Mallory on an unlikely group road trip across the United States. Zadie, Ernie, and Jock each have their own reasons for making the journey and along the way the four of them will learn the lengths they will travel to save each other – and themselves.

My Review

Hachette AU thank you so much for introducing me to such a talented and artful author with my copy of this wonderfully heartwarming read 💕  To close a books’ pages and have that feeling of content that makes you audibly sigh, is quite the magical feeling.  I felt as I was experiencing Mallory’s heartbreaks, triumphs, frustrations, and love with every turn of the page. The characters were 4 dimensional and authentic. The pace and writing style suited the story and its characters (although I don’t like I would have minded if it were a little slower because I didn’t want it to end to be honest), and I enjoyed the themes the story explored in relationship breaks, financial vulnerability, motherhood, passion for work, and respect for our amazing seniors.  It was my first story from this author, though it will most certainly won’t be the last!

Thanks again Hachette AU, greatful to have found another wonderful author to add to my shelves.

I rated Saving You: 5/5 stars

Happy Reading

Nat

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