Please Forgive Me

Author:  Ann Bird Joseph Beatty                              
Publisher:  Publisher Page
Pages:  480
Genre:  Mystery
Source:  BEA

Amazon:  James and Caroline Mayfield had lived for thirty-seven years never knowing their only child, Emily Mayfield, who was kidnapped at birth and taken from her rightful parents.

A kidnapping and murder of many innocent people lead to an emotional journey of learning to forgive in order to lead a life of normalcy instead of being consumed with hatred. How can one crime affect so many innocent people? Cassie Buchanan would have to learn to live and live by forgiving after hearing a woman’s last dying words that turn her world upside down.
When the person you trust the most in life lies to you; who do you turn to? Cassie’s lifelong friends and her husband surround her as she tries to accept her past as a lie and start her future as the unknown for a new beginning.
Ope’s Opinion:    Where to start – I want to say something that will make you want to run out and buy or borrow this book.  It had really intense parts that made me stay up late reading.  I wanted know how the characters were going to react when pieces of the mystery were revealed.  I thought the mystery was solved and I was only half way through the book.  The author had more to the story.  There were a few turns I did not see coming.  I really do plan on sharing this with my daughters and a few friends.



Rating:  Four Chairs – I like this book so much I know several friends to share it with.




                      FTC – Disclosure of Material Connection: 

                                                 I received one copy of this book free of charge from BEA. 
                                                           I was not required to write a positive review
                                                                  in exchange for receipt of the book;
                                                  rather the opinions expressed in this review are my own.
                                                       

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