by Kimberley Freeman
Genre: Women's Fiction
Review: A prima ballerina gets an injury and goes home to Australia to figure out her life. She inherits a house in Tasmania and goes there to find out who she is after her career and find out about her grandmother's extraordinary life. Switching between Emma and Beattie, a Scottish scrappy single mother who never lets life knock her down and pursues her dreams, living without apologies when society judges her.
This book made me cry! There were sad parts and happy parts, a very emotional moving novel worth a cup of tea and a lazy Sunday.
Note: If you love the books of Kate Morton, you will enjoy this novel.
Author website: http://kimberleyfreeman.com/
Song to Read By: "Lua" by Bright Eyes