Friday, 20 March 2015
If I Could... by Rene D. Schultz
At nineteen, Ema Vaduva was pregnant when she was forced to leave Romania. For twenty-eight years, Ema and her daughter, Daniela, reclusively lived a quiet and modest life. They were inseparable until one fatal day—Ema dies. That day would change Dani’s life forever—until one afternoon while cleaning out her mother’s closet, she finds a brown box. Are secret clues to her mother’s past tucked inside? Alone and desperate, and with nothing else to lose, Dani’s goes in search of answers. Will that brown box hold the answers to Ema’s past and Dani’s future…?
I was given a copy of this delectable book from the author.
I have read ALL of Rene Schultz books. I was wondering how she could top off all her other books with this 1, I wasn't disappointed lol. Not 1 has made me an emotional wreck. I have loved all the ups and downs of this wonderful book.
The story has such emotional feelings from a young woman who thinks she has lost EVERYTHING. But following her story and her ups and downs makes you think of life in general. I laughed at some of the antics the characters got up to. Had lumps in my throat at the sad parts. But all in all I LOVED and fell in love with the characters (someone even comes back in this book from a previous book).
Now to wait and see what book Ms Schultz writes next to top off this book.