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Little Miracles It should have been the perfect holiday Julia Fearon arrives in Spain with fiance Charlie and their 18 month old son Haydn But a day at the beach leads to a terrible tragedy, and in the chaos of a freak storm Haydn disappears. Free Download [ Little Miracles ] By [ Giselle Green ] – grisedalelodge.co.uk

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  1. When Julia Fearon, her boyfriend Charlie and their son Haydn, go to Malaga to meet Charlie s family, Julia is thrilled at the prospect Her optimism is short lived when it turns out Charlie s family are incredibly religious and they re pressurising Julia about her upcoming wedding to Charlie.Trouble is...

  2. I liked some of this book, about two thirds, hated the ending It was almost like the author didn t know how to finish the book so just picked something out of mid air That said, I thought the book was well written, but I do think that the author struggled to convey the sheer desperation that the m...

  3. A real weepie I empathised a lot as I have a 2 year old little boy and am pregnant again with my 2nd Giselle Green has done it again, I read it in 2 days When is her next one coming out This story is about a couple whose son goes missing whilst they are on holiday, but as if that wasnt bad enough, they also have their own issues to deal with that have been buried for a long time, so you keep uncovering layers of the characters It is not only the tale of how the parents deal with the loss of A real weepie I empathised a lot as I have a 2 year old little ...

  4. I am not sure what i can say about this bookexcept it blew me away The whole story is amazing and takes you on journey no parent wants to go on, but also teaches you at the heart and soul Beautifully written, with a total insight in to the minds of the two most important people other tha...

  5. I m sorry to say I regret reading this book The ending really did disappoint me although from reading Giselle Green s website it suggests we are able to come to a conclusion about the ending I was tempted to read so of her other titles but Unsure i ll just be disappointed again

  6. brilliant read

  7. Author Giselle GreenTitle Little MiraclesGenre Contemporary Fiction, Fiction, Chick Lit, Women s Fiction,Where I Got The Book From I bought this book out of money l got for my birthday and it come from a book shop called the works.Book Dedication To Eliott, Because we both believe in miraclesI would tell people that you should step outside your comfort zone with books because it is good to addauthors and genres to your reading portfolio even if you do not read books like this.I nor Author Gis...

  8. 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 first I decided it was time, at long last, to give her books a try.I started with L 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 publi...

  9. Read this on the plane on the way to Hong Kong recently, as Giselle Green had kindly sent me the sequel Finding You I know the novels are written so that they stand alone but I was interested enough to want to read this one first Personally I felt that having read Little Miracles that I hadempathy with the characters thereby making the sequelmeaningful for me A very eloquent novel that will tug at your heart strings, the inconclusive ending leaves you thinking and had me immedi Read this on the plane on the way to Hong Kong recently, as Giselle Green had kindly sent me the sequel Finding You I know the novels are written so that they stand alone but I was interested enough to want to read this one first Personally I felt that having read Little Miracles that I hadempathy with the characters thereby making the sequelmeaningful for me A very eloquent novel that will tug at your heart strings, the inconclusive ending leaves you thinking and had me immediately reading the sequel.The protagonists of the story are Julia and Charlie a couple whose young son Haydn goes missing on a beach in Spain and is assumed drowned After the initial devastation and grief the couple deal with their loss in v...

  10. aarrggghhh, i wasted 5 hours of my life reading this It was unbelievably awful, there was no emotion at all, the author clearly does not have children herself or bothered to ask a SINGLE parent on the planet any questions or she would never have written this load of absolute crap I mean come on, the main character, after 8 months, cannot remember what her son looked like REALLY I could go without seeing my children for 20 years and i would still recognize them for gods sake, you do not fo aarrggghhh, i wasted 5 hours of my life re...