"I study the photo in the same way that a spy might study the face of a counterpart in a rival organization. I am calm as I make this promise: I am going to find out what you love, then whatever it is, I am going to track it down and I am going to take it away from you."
After the death of Laura's nine-year-old daughter, Betty, is ruled an accident in a hit-and-run, Laura decides to take revenge into her own hands, determined to track down the man responsible. All the while, her inner turmoil is reopening the old wounds of her passionate love affair with Betty's father, David, and his abandonment of the family for another woman.
Haunted by her past and driven to a breaking point by her thirst for retribution, Laura discovers the unforeseen lengths she is willing to go to for love and vengeance.
Good beginning but I did not care for the twist with Mr. A. This story went a little astray for my liking.Published 20 days ago by becky garcia
No "happily ever afters" here. Tragedies hit and break this family and, as broken people, they try to go on as best they can. Read morePublished 1 month ago by marcia riley
It is a well written, powerful story that touches your heart and your gut. I really enjoyed it....Published 1 month ago by Anita Lippman
This is the second book I have read by Louise Doughty.
I thoroughly enjoyed Apple Tree Yard and Whatever You Love did not disappoint. Read more
I liked it for the most part. It had many themes--the grief of losing a child, marriage and betrayal, retribution, immigration... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Rose
this was a very good book and it was informative about some home lives and how people learn to live with problemsPublished 2 months ago by nancy t. alexander