Thursday, January 14, 2016

Spotlight and Giveaway: The Things We Keep

Synopsis:
Anna Forster, in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease at only thirty-eight years old, knows that her family is doing what they believe to be best when they take her to Rosalind House, an assisted living facility. She also knows there's just one other resident her age, Luke. What she does not expect is the love that blossoms between her and Luke even as she resists her new life at Rosalind House. As her disease steals more and more of her memory, Anna fights to hold on to what she knows, including her relationship with Luke.

When Eve Bennett is suddenly thrust into the role of single mother she finds herself putting her culinary training to use at Rosalind house. When she meets Anna and Luke she is moved by the bond the pair has forged. But when a tragic incident leads Anna's and Luke's families to separate them, Eve finds herself questioning what she is willing to risk to help them.


About the author:
While pregnant with her second child, Sally Hepworth wrote The Secrets of Midwives, a novel about three generations of midwives that asks readers what makes a mother and what role biology plays in the making and binding of a family. Sally’s latest novel is The Things We Keep, available January 19 from St. Martin's Press.

She lives in Melbourne, Australia with her husband and two children, and is currently working on her next novel.

Visit Sally at her website, Facebook, and Twitter.

Thanks to St. Martin's Press, we have one copy of The Things We Keep for a lucky US reader! You can also enter to win from Confessions of a Bookaholic (Worldwide) and Goodreads (US only).

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11 comments:

Janine said...

The most beautiful thing I have seen lately is brought on by a tragedy. The day after Christmas we had tornadoes wipe out many home and the amount of people wanting to volunteer to help the victims has been incredible.

Bonnie Franks said...

A re-connection between some family members.

traveler said...

The most beautiful things which was captivating and special was the look on my grandson's face when we visit.

susieqlaw said...

Grace

Susan Roberts said...

Christmas with my grandson

Bonnie K. said...

The most beautiful thing I experienced recently was with my grandson with him putting his head on my leg and patting me. I was just recovering from the flu. I think he knew how I was feeling. He's a sweetie. Also, it's his daily smiles when he sees me when he's dropped off by his mother on her way to work.
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Hailey Fish said...

My grandfather is dying so it is beautiful to see my four aunts and my father gather together and stay with him so he isn't alone when he passes. Even though they have their own families, they want to be there for their father, like he was there for them.

Kayleigh Wilkes said...

My children giggling together.

bn100 said...

wedding

Jennifer C said...

We saw the Biltmore Estate recently. It was beautiful!

Cindy said...

A particularly colorful sunset