Confluence by Gemma Chilton

fiction, mystery
February 2022
number of pages
rating ❤❤❤
cover ❤❤❤

Liam lives in the city. His life isn't what he hoped it would be. He has a job that he doesn't love and an affair with a married woman. When his mom calls him and tells him she is sick, he has no trouble letting everything go and moving back home.

Coming back to his childhood home brings up all kinds of feelings. When he was just a kid his father disappeared. Coming back made him realize that he never let go of that. 

The story jumps from past to present in an effort to paint the picture and provide insight into the characters. 

It's a lovely story, about the family drama, of letting go of the past and finding love. And while I liked it, the writing style isn't the best fit for me. 

happy reading,
thanks to the author for the book, all thoughts and opinions are my own


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