[Ebook] Finding You By Giselle Green – Realestatelawcenter.us

Finding You Julia And Charlie Are Ecstatic To Be Reunited With Their Stolen Child, Hadyn A Year After He Was Snatched From A Beach In Spain During A Family Holiday, They Had Feared That He Would Never Be Found Alive Now The Couple Are Eager For Their Lives To Return To Normal But Something Is Very Wrong Hadyn Is Still In Many Ways A Lost Child He Seems To Have Been Badly Affected By The Abduction, Making It Impossible For The Family To Simply Pick Up The Pieces And Move On.In Their Efforts To Unravel Exactly What Happened To Their Son And To Find A Cure, Julia And Charlie Clash As To The Best Way Forward As Their Own Insecurities Surface, Their Relationship Comes Under Threat A Situation Not Helped By The Appearance Of A Former Lover Who Is Only Too Happy To Rock The Boat As Dark Secrets Are Uncovered, The Couple S Love For Each Other Is Tested To Its Very Limits, And They Begin To Doubt That They Will Ever Be Able To Help Their Troubled Little BoyUntil, At Last, They Stumble Across An Unexpected Truth A Truth That Might Be The Only Thing Left That Could Save Their Family Emotionally Intense And Deeply Moving, This Follow Up To Little Miracles Will Grip You From The Very First Page.

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  1. says:

    I was offered an advance copy of this to review and when I heard it was a follow up to another novel Little Miracles Little Miracles, I almost passed up the chance to read it I m glad I didn t as it s a lovely, emotionally engaging book which can easily be read as a stand alone However I do feel you d probably feel an even closer involvement with the storyline of a little boy going missing in Spain if you did read the first book and if you have the chance to read both in the correct order I d I was offered an advance copy of this to review and when I heard it was a follow up to another novel Little Miracles Little Miracles, I almost passed up the chance to read it I m glad I didn t as it s a lovely, emotionally engaging book which can easily be read as a stand alone However I do feel you d probably feel an even closer involvement with the storyline of a little boy going missing in Spain if you did read the first book and if yo...


  2. says:

    Giselle Green s books have sat unread on my bookshelves for far too long They really looked like my kind of book , but there s always the next new book, the need to review with publication dates, the desire to review the next new one before anyone else So when Giselle approached me offering a free review copy of her new book Finding You and told me it would add to my enjoyment if I read Little Miracles reviewed separately first I decided it was time, at long last, to give her books Giselle Green s books have sat unread on my bookshelves for far too long They really looked like my kind of book , but there s always the next new book, the need to review with publication dates, the desire to review the next new one before anyone else So when Giselle approached me offering a free review copy of her new book Finding You and told me it would add to my ...


  3. says:

    Some years ago I read and enjoyed this author s book, Little Miracles, which focused on the story of a missing child and of the overwhelming trauma of what happened to the child s family in the wake of this devastating loss In Finding You, the author revisits the parents a year later, when Julia and Charlie are reunited with their son, Haydn But far from finding the reunion joyous both parents struggle with not just to their reaction to be part of a family again, but also with the gut wrenchin Some years ago I read and enjoyed this author s book, Little Miracles, which focused on the story of a missing child and of the overwhelming trauma of what happened to the child s family in the wake of this devastating loss In Finding You, the author revisits the parents a year later, when Julia and Charlie are reunited with their son, Haydn But far from finding the reunion joyous both parents struggle with not just to their reaction to be part of a family again, but also with the gut wrenching heartbreak of having a beloved child , who is yours and seemingly, by reason of circumstance, not yours No one can fully understand what happened to Haydn during his abduction and both Julia and Charlie are left with feelings of utter isolation, which is not helped by other forces playing their part.I think the author excels in developing the characters to such an extent that they become real in your mind, and their problems b...


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    It s hard to underestimate how difficult it is to make characters actually breathe and live through a story that is so emotive and so charged with angst However, Giselle has pulled it off Alongside the narrative, she has engaged her readers by allowing us to be a part of the thoughts and feelings of the two main characters Giselle s writing almost reads like a stream of consciousness at times, alternating between Haydn s two bereft and confused parents It draws the reader into the whirlpoo It s hard to underestimate how difficult it is to make characters actually breathe and live through a story that is so emo...


  5. says:

    very good sequel explains alot of things from the previous book lovely ending x


  6. says:

    A couple of years ago I read and really enjoyed Giselle Green s novel Little Miracles It was a fantastic read, about a little boy who gets kidnapped while on holiday in Spain and his mother, Julie s, very frantic search to find him, in the belief that he is indeed still alive and well It was such an interesting, enjoyable novel, although I always thought the ending was somewhat not there I felt short changed I d read all of these pages, to get an ending like that It was super disappointing, A couple of years ago I read and really enjoyed Giselle Green s novel Little Miracles It was a fantastic read, about a little boy who gets kidnapped while on holiday in Spain and his mother, Julie s, very frantic search to find him, in the belief that he is indeed still alive and well It was such an interesting, enjoyable novel, although I always thought the ending was somewhat not there I felt short changed I d read all of these pages, to get an ending like that It was super disappointing, because I like my endings tied up in a bow, with no wiggle room So I was quite pleased to open up my email i...


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    The sequel to Finding You and although it stands perfectly well alone if you have not read Little Miracles personally I felt that I got muchfrom the story knowing what had gone on before Sadly children disappearing is a fact of life these days and we all know the cases that have received a lot of media attention in recent years Reading this emotional family drama and its prequel you cannot help but find yourself thinking of these incidents As the novel opens Julia and Charlie are deli The sequel to Finding You and although it stands perfectly well alone if you have not read Little Miracles personally I felt that I got muchfrom the story knowing what had gone on before Sadly children disappearing is a fact of life these days and we all know the cases that have received a lot of media attention in rece...


  8. says:

    Julia and Charlie s son Hadyn has been missing for a year He is two and a half when he is found and returned to them Julia never stopped searching for him and it caused so much stress between her and Charlie that they parted for a while.Julia feels something is just not right with her son,she thinks he may be missing the woman he was living with but Charlie will not listen to her, he thinks Hadyn just needs time to adjust and he will soon forget the year he wasn t with them Julie knows she ha Julia and Charlie s son Hadyn has been missing for a year He is two and a half when he is found and returned to them Julia never stopped searching for him and it caused so much stress between her and Charlie that they parted for a while.Julia feels something is just not right with her son,she thinks he may be missing the woman he was living with but Charlie will not listen to her, he thinks Hadyn just needs time to adjust and he will soon forget the year he wasn t with them Julie knows she has missed some of her child s milestones but he doesn t seem to remember her or his dad All Julia wants to do is cuddle her child but Hadyn is unresponsive.The abduction took place in Spain when Julia and Charlie were staying with Charlie s family and after finding their child they had to wait in Spain until the authorities had closed the abduction case.I felt extremely sorry for Julia, she was so alone in her thoughts, getting no help from Ch...


  9. says:

    This book is billed onas the standalone sequel to Little Miracles I read Little Miracles last year and from the online reviews it seemed that many people felt the same as me about the ending it was ambiguous and abrupt to say the least I was pleased to see that there was a follow up and although this could could be read as a standalone, you would certainly getfrom this story by reading Little Miracles first.Anyone who has read the first book will know of the pain and heartach This book is billed onas the standalone sequel to Little Miracles I read Little Miracles last year and from the online reviews it seemed that many people felt the same as me about the ending it was ambiguous and abrupt to say the least I was pleased to see that there was a follow up and although this could could be read as a standalone, you would certainly getfrom this story by reading Little Miracles first.Anyone who has read the first book will know of the pain and heartache Haydn s family suffered by his disappearance Julia and Charlie now have him back but something is not right Hadyn is now a troubled little boy and the joy and elation they should feel at his return is ...


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    This novel picks up on the story left open at the end of Little Miracles , in which Hadyn, a young toddler vanishes I m glad I had previously read it, but this one can be read as a standalone It starts a few months after Hadyn is back with his parents Charlie and Julia yet life is not proving easy for any of them The narration is split between Charlie and Julia, each writing in the first person Julia s perspective helped me to empathise strongly with her as a mother who slowly realised...

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