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The Accusation

Narrated by: Karen Cass
Length: 9 hrs and 48 mins
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Eve and Neil live in the beautiful Cumbrian town of Tarnside. After years of trying for a baby, they are in the final stages of adopting four-year-old Milly. They just have to pass the 'settling in' period - three months of living together as a family under watchful eyes - and then they can make it official.

For Eve, her heartbreak is nearly at an end. She now has this perfect little girl in her life, a little girl who calls her mummy. But Eve's dream of a happy family is fragile. Any hint of trouble and the adoption could collapse. One misunderstanding, one rumour, one accusation could smash Eve's family to pieces.

©2018 Zosia Wand (P)2018 W.F. Howes Ltd

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  • M Ryan
  • 08-21-19

It’s far to slow

I thought from other reviews it would have lots of twists and turns like “the rumour”. Sadly the story is so slow and is more about adoption then a good mystery with twists. It does have a good twist but not until the end.

The narrator is really good though

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  • Jules
  • 04-03-19

What A Wet Sock!

I had to return this book. The main character Eve was driving me mad with her pathetic “I should have...” all the time. I wanted to scream “Well why the hell didn’t you then???”
I usually struggle on with a bad book as a matter of principle but I just couldn’t bear her any longer. The narration was ok, but I have no idea whether the storyline would have improved and I don’t care. It’ll come as no surprise that I wouldn’t recommend this one.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 03-23-19

Brilliant

Loved the book couldn't put it down. Will be looking for more from the author

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  • SarahC1985
  • 04-04-19

Well written, and feels very realistic.

This is another one I wasn't sure about. I think Eve certainly needed to be stronger towards the end, and I actually think she was a little selfish, not putting Milly first, instead thinking of her with her mother. The beginning annoyed me as well, as she did what she does after they hadn't spoken for 2 years. I didn't like Joan right from the start, and without writing any spoilers, I'm of the opinion that you won't either by the end. But as already stated, I parcially blame Eve for what happened, and I didn't like the way she acted through most of this. I was with Neil from page 1, and stayed there. If Eve had done what I think she should have, this wouldn't have happened. When Shona says, "more important than your mother's feelings," I thought, ha, you had that coming, serves you right! I wanted to hug Neil. That was the lowest of the low what happened to him. I was furious! Good plotline and writing, and I love how Wand made me feel emotions as if it was real, to me that shows a good author, but I think Eve was a really dislikeable character, and I loved Milly, I wanted to adopt her myself!

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