Her Last Hope by Louise Guy

Her Last Hope
.ePUB, 363 pages
Expected Publication: August 17th 2021 by Amazon Publishing UK - Lake Union Publishing

About the Book:
Abi’s life has been turned upside down by her husband’s death—in more ways than she could ever have imagined. With his dodgy business dealings now exposed, gone is her glamorous lifestyle and the trust of her family and friends. How could the man who said he loved her have betrayed her so spectacularly? Abi’s new neighbour Lucinda and her four-year-old son Max are struggling to overcome their own betrayal by Max’s violent, vengeful father. The pieces of Lucinda’s life seem finally to be coming together when she is given a new identity and finds an ally in Abi. But an unexpected twist throws both women’s lives into fresh turmoil. Faced with a tougher time than they ever thought possible, Abi and Lucinda turn to each other. It’s an unlikely friendship built on common ground—but is it strong enough to help them rebuild their lives from rock bottom?

My Review:
This is my third book by Louise Guy and I really love the watercolour feel of these covers. This story is a about two women who are trying to make up for their husband's mistakes...and move on to a happier life. I loved the women in this book...they were flawed, real and raw. I found both Abi and Lucinda to be strong of character and true to their beliefs and they showed that you don't have to be blood to be family. The topics covered are very true to life these days and really make you think and I really enjoyed reading about them. My only negative about this story is I found it to be a little predictable, but when you're writing about what could happen in real life, sometimes predictable can be the case.

Thank you NetGalley, Louise Guy and Amazon Publishing UK - Lake Union Publishing for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an impartial review; all opinions are my own.

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