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A Life Without Flowers Paperback – 18 August 2020
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Twenty-four years after losing her daughter in a tragic accident, Carol Denman has finally made peace with Katie's father. But releasing her ex-husband from blame and facing how deeply she held herself responsible were only the first steps in Carol's journey toward peace.
With the pain of her failed first marriage behind her, Carol is determined to mend her broken relationship with her mother. But she soon discovers she isn't the only one who has been hanging on to bitterness. A road trip to face the past leads Carol's mother, Judith, to unearth the seeds of past mistakes and deep resentments in ways neither of them would expect.
The roots of family animosity run deep and thick. While Judith seems hesitant to start digging, Carol commits to pruning away the thorns of the past so she no longer has to live a life without flowers.
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- Publisher : Pink Sand Press (18 August 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 320 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1950348431
- ISBN-13 : 978-1950348435
- Dimensions : 13.34 x 1.83 x 20.32 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 306,808 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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As Carol starts to break down the walls they have both built, she makes small inroads into their pasts, finally starting to understand why. As the past is pulled into the present, Carol, Helen and Judith start a trip across the USA leaving a small quantity of ashes from John and Katie's urns as she continues the road trip Katie never got to take.
The final part is Carol, Helen and Judith handing over the keys to the newly refurbished house that John left her, it had been their marital home, it was also where Katie died. Now called Katie's Place and given to the local hospital as a place for parents and family to stay when visiting a patient in the hospital.
Yes I cried multiple times, so thank you to#PinkSandPress and #NetGalley for the advanced read.