Wednesday, 17 September 2014

Will You Remember Me (No Greater Love Series No. 5 - Amanda Prowse

Will You Remember Me? - No Greater Love
How do you say goodbye to your family for the last time?

Poppy Day is looking forward to her best year yet. 
She's thirty-two, married to her childhood sweetheart, and a full-time mum of two gorgeous children.  She loves her clean little house in the countryside - a far cry from the London estate where she grew up. Her husband Mart, a soldier, has just returned safe and sound from his latest    tour.

But Poppy is so busy caring for others, she hasn't noticed the fatigue in her body, or the menacing lump growing on her breast. If there's anyone strong and deserving enough to defeat cancer it's Poppy. After all, she's fought harder battles than this. But does life really work like that?

Publisher: Head of Zeus - Fiction
Year: 2013 Paperback
Pages: 345
ISBN: 978`78`856512

As those of you who have followed by blog from the start know, I am a big fan of Amanda Prowse novels right from the first one Poppy Day back in 2011  when Amanda Prowse introduces us to her heroine.  In this her latest novel we have moved forward 10 years from when we first met Poppy and she is now 32 and a mother to two children Peggy and Max.  Throughout her life Poppy has always put the needs of others first and like most mum's neglects to look after themselves especially when it comes to her health.  She has ignored the little lump growing in her breast for long enough and goes to the see her GP.  From there a referral is made to breast screening and the diagnosis is confirmed.  From that point onwards Poppy is fighting the biggest battle of her life. 'Will You Remember Me' is the story of Poppy's battle against her disease, how she and her family cope with tears and laughter all the way.  Poppy may have fought bigger battles before and won but it is whether this particular battle is one battle too far.

Yet again a great novel from Amanda Prowse and as per usual one I couldn't put down until I had turned the last page.  It went everywhere I went and was even to be found in my had not only whilst cooking the dinner but whilst eating it.

Product DetailsWell done Amanda another great work and I can't wait for 'Christmas for One' to come out in November.


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