A gorgeous new festive read from the Kindle #1 bestselling author of The Ladies' Midnight Swimming Club This Christmas, everything will change...
When Liv Latimer says goodbye to her fellow nurses and finishes work for the holidays, she's looking forward to a Christmas to remember with her boyfriend Eddie.
But as she leaves the hospital, tragedy strikes and Liv is faced with a choice. Will she ignore her instincts and go home as planned? Or will she stay, and potentially change the course of her life as she knows it?
Whatever choice she makes, Liv is about to discover that fate finds a way...
From the bestselling Irish author of The Ladies' Midnight Swimming Club, comes an emotional and uplifting festive story about love, family and how a split second decision can change your life.
Praise for Faith Hogan:
'All the festive glitter, warmth and comfort you could want from a Christmas novel, I loved it.' - Josie Silver
'A captivating and uplifting read with all the joys of the festive season.' - Suzanne Snow
'A fine festive "sliding doors" read, scattered with surprises.' Roisin Meaney
'Joyful, life-affirming and inspirational.' - Heidi Swain
'Heartwarming and emotional.' - Liz Fenwick
'A heart-rending, uplifting and beautifully written journey of female friendship... I loved being transported to Ireland's wild Atlantic coast.' - Phillipa Ashley
'Faith Hogan navigates beautifully between the community and the individual, forensically investigating moral issues and loyalties with an unflinching, yet humane eye. She is one of the most original and exciting writers to emerge from Ireland in recent times.' - Afric McGlinchey
'An intricately woven story of love, jealousy and misunderstanding.' - Diney Costeloe
'A cracking good story... an ideal beach read.' - Connaught Telegraph
'A fantastic summer read.' - Irish Daily Star
'A heart-warming story of love, loss, family and friendship.' - The Bookseller
'Spanning several decades and generations, Secrets We Keep is a hugely ambitious novel... With its engaging storyline and sense of place this is an absorbing and entertaining read.' - Sunday Independent (Dublin)