31 March 2016

Dear Dad By Giselle Green

DEAR DADDEAR DAD by Giselle Green
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Wow what a lovely story, I can not believe I have never read any of Giselle Green's book before.  This story will leave your heart swelling.

Poor Adam Boxley lives with his nan who is neglected at home and bullied at school. Adam is desperate to reach out for his dad and writes a letter to Nate. Nate Harman is a reporter having problems of his own Suffering from shell-shock and unable to leave his house, he’s already lost his social life and his girlfriend. Now his career prospects are sinking fast. Nate isn't who Adam thinks he is but can he help?! Then there is teacher/tattoo artist Jenna Tierney who also really wants to help Adam. Having been hurt by another cheating boyfriend she sets her sights on a dream career abroad until she meets Nate. Can three people find true happiness?!

This is one heart wrenching page turner, you may have to get your tissues ready for this one. It certainly brought a tear to my eye. My heart went out to Adam willing him along with the fiery that built up inside me with the bullying he goes through. I just wanted to wrap him up and tell him everything was going to be ok.

The chapters alternate between Nate and Jenna unraveling their story. Keeping my attention and wanting to get to know them more which I absolutely loved. This story takes you through one incredible journey and through some difficult subject matters and sensitivity is shown throughout the author's excellent writing skills.

Seriously this is one hell of a story not to missed which I cannot recommend enough. I am thrilled that I have found a new author to read. Giving this 5 easy stars.

A massive thank you to Giselle Green for an advanced reader's Copy



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2 comments:

  1. Looking forward to reading this, Shell. I loved all of Giselle Green's other books, especially Pandora's Box. Fab.

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    1. brill, they are all going on my tbr list xx

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