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Forsaken: An unforgettable saga of one woman's struggle to survive the unthinkable (Paperback)
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Forsaken: An unforgettable saga of one woman's struggle to survive the unthinkable (Paperback)

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Published: 29/11/2007
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Born on a Friday, Sophie Winters has always been a loving and giving child, who'd do anything for her family. Yet her father, Bill, has always seemed to resent her. For her mother's sake, Sophie learns to live with Bill's animosity - until the night he drunkenly forces himself upon her.

Left pregnant and ashamed at seventeen, Sophie doesn't know where to turn. So when she meets the charming Ben Lewis and he offers her refuge at his mother's hotel, she accepts. At first it seems that Ben and his mother are quite the good Samaritans. But there is little goodness in the Lewises' hearts. As Sophie realises their dark intentions, a web of danger and deceit wraps itself around her. She knows if she is to survive, she will have to fight for all she's worth...

Publisher: Headline Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780755334902
Number of pages: 480
Weight: 373 g
Dimensions: 198 x 130 x 32 mm


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“Griping read”

A really griping read. You will fall in love with the world that is painted inside this book!!!

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“Forsaken”

fantastic book lots of twists and turns well worth reading.

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