Welcome to my stop on the What’s Left Untold blog tour sponsored by Suzy Approved Book Tours! Thank you to Suzy for the invitation!
About the Book:
Every secret has its price.
Anna Clark and Lia Clay were unlikely best friends in high school, but their yin-and-yang personalities drew them together in a sister-like bond. Then during college, Lia inexplicably walked out on their friendship and disappeared, leaving Anna hurt, confused, and disillusioned.
Twenty years later, Anna discovers a letter Lia wrote the summer after high school—a letter that contains a cryptic postscript concealing a devastating truth. With her twenty-year high school reunion approaching, Anna moves closer to uncovering the secret in Lia’s letter and the heartbreaking consequences it set in motion.
As the layers of deceit and betrayal begin to unravel, Anna is forced to question everything she believes and come to terms with what it means to forgive the one person who hurt her in the worst way imaginable.
Anna and Lia are opposites and best friends in high school. When college hits, Lia ends the friendship and walks away, leaving Anna hurt.
It’s twenty years after high school, and Anna has an upcoming class reunion when she fins a letter from Lia written during high school that contains something hurtful. It may be the key to understanding why Lia left.
Will Anna be able to forgive the person who hurt her more than anyone else?
I had a close friend who walked away from our friendship twice, and this book hit close to home in that way. The secrets and betrayals were much, much different, however. This book was gripping and I was hooked on the story and finding out what happened.
What’s Left Untold was a compelling and surprising read.
I received a gifted copy. All opinions are my own.
About the Author:
Sherri Leimkuhler is a multitasker extraordinaire. She has written professionally for more than twenty years but is a Jill of many trades, with experience in sales, marketing, public relations, event planning, aviation, and yoga instruction. Her health-and-fitness column, “For the Fun of Fit,” appears bi-weekly in the Carroll County Times.
When not writing or doing downward dog poses, Sherri enjoys hiking, kayaking, trail running, traveling, wine tasting, and curling up with a good book and a steaming cuppa. She is a competitive triathlete and a two-time Ironman finisher.
Sherri lives in Maryland with her husband, three daughters, and two Labrador retrievers. http://www.sherrileimkuhler.com/
Have you read What’s Left Untold, or is it on your TBR? Happy Reading! ~ Jennifer THR