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When the time comes for Cassie to go to college, she gladly leaves home determined to make her life her own. But it isn’t long before temptation comes calling and she soon discovers that she has fallen into the same trap her mother had years before. Not wanting to do to her own daughter, what her mother had done to her, a sacrifice is made.
Years pass, guilt is hidden, and secrets are kept. Then one day, a terrible tragedy threatens to undo her very existence, but this travesty is quickly perceived as a sly opportunity and these secrets turn to lies. Cassie quickly adapts to her new life and absorbs it like a thirsty sponge. She soon meets and marries the man of her dreams and for the first time finds peace. Her closely guarded secret however, comes to fruition for a blackmailer who is seeking his own opportunity. Three generations of women are then forced to confront one another bringing the story full circle.
This is a great book that explores the damage that favoritism can cause upon the other child. And the fact that Marnie, Cassie’s mother, knowingly does this makes the act all the more sorrowful.
The author does a good job of making Cassie, Marnie, and a whole host of other characters jump off the page. I found myself feeling for Cassie, and rooting for her to have a happy ending.
The story, while rich in description and backstory, does have a tendency to be a little too descriptive at certain points, which at times I felt interrupted the flow, but it didn’t stop me from enjoying it. All in all a great read.
I so enjoyed the ending as God’s provision came shining through. Situations that could have been deal breakers dissolved as His agenda was served instead of that of Tessa’s opponents.
Family relationships are restored, though not in the way you might think. Tessa is a great first novel and we should expect to see more in the future from Robin E. Mason.
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