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From The Washington Post And Charts Bestselling Author Of When We Believed In Mermaids Comes A Story Of Four Generations Of Women Grappling With Family Betrayals And Long Buried Secrets It S Been Years Since Zoe Fairchild Has Been To The Small Devon Village Of Her Birth, But The Wounds She Suffered There Still Ache When She Learns That Her Old Friend And Grandmother S Caretaker Has Gone Missing, Zoe And Her Fifteen Year Old Daughter Return To England To HelpZoe Dreads Seeing Her Estranged Mother, Who Left When Zoe Was Seven To Travel The World As The Four Generations Of Women Reunite, The Emotional Pain Of The Past Is Awakened And To Complicate Matters Further, Zoe Must Also Confront The Ex Boyfriend She Betrayed Many Years BeforeAnxieties Spike When Tragedy Befalls Another Woman In The Village As The Mystery Turns Sinister, New Grief Melds With Old Betrayal Now The Four Fairchild Women Will Be Tested In Ways They Couldn T Imagine As They Contend With Dangers Within And Without, Desperate To Heal Themselves And Their Relationships With Each Other The Lost Girls of Devon

About the Author: Barbara O'Neal

Barbara O Neal is the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and 1Charts bestselling writer of women s fiction She lives in Colorado with her partner, a British endurance athlete.

10 thoughts on “The Lost Girls of Devon

  1. says:

    Trying to keep these 4 women s stories straight was tough I was wanting to like thisthan I did and I found myself struggling through the book I did enjoy it but I felt like I wasn t connecting to some of the characters which seemed to make me like it less Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for this early release in exchange for

  2. says:

    Fantastic A great story about four generations of women dealing with the unraveling of deep hurts and finding out who they are and loving who they are and knowing together they are stronger There is also the mystery of a close friend Diana who has disappeared and discovering just what happen to herLillian, mother to Poppy and grandmot

  3. says:

    The Lost Girls of Devon is an intimate story of four generations of women as they work their way though loss and betrayal All of the women are wonderfully portrayed none of them perfect, all with regrets and mistakes, but with a passion to love and connect.

  4. says:

    In this intricately and beautifully woven tale of four generations, O Neale unflinchingly explores the darker side of the love between mother and daughter in all of its complexities including the covert resentment, jealousy, and frustration so often felt and so seldom talked about Book Clubs will want to get their hands on this one for sure

  5. says:

    5 stars This review will be posted at BookwormishMe.com on 01 July 2020 This book was phenomenal I don t even know where to start to review it Just a wonderful story from start to finish of four generations of women Zoe is the mom of Isabel Isabel has had some sort of tragic bullying episode in high school that has traumatized her and prevente

  6. says:

    An estranged mother suffering from dementia A daughter whose oblivious to her own daughters tragedy Four women in need of change.What could be worse than having a mother dying estranged and not being there for her Well, try having a daughter who was abused and not knowing about it because you were off having an affair with a married man Oh, snap

  7. says:

    RR Rating 3 off balance starsFormat Ebook , 351 pgs, pub 7 14 2020RR Synopsis Four generations of women reflect on their relationships to one another, past regrets, and current desires, all amidst a missing woman storyline RR POV This is my first read by O Neal, so I wasn t sure what to expect I found two of the primary characters very compelling bu

  8. says:

    Rating 5 5 Genre Domestic fiction Thriller Plot One of Travel Leisure s most anticipated books of summer 2020 From the Washington Post andCharts bestselling author of When We Believed in Mermaids comes a story of four generations of women grappling with family betrayals and long buried secrets It s been years since Zoe Fairchild has been to the small D

  9. says:

    I must say I have always loved stories by this author and was sad to see this one end.This is a story of four generations of women on the maternal side of the family, who come together after Zoe and her daughter Isabel, fly back to England after Zoe s best friend from childhood Diana goes missing Zoe, divorced and Isabel going through some trauma of her o

  10. says:

    A compelling, heartfelt tale of four generations of women, seeking to find their path and heal their pain some of which they caused each other.Isabel is fifteen and has been traumatized by an experience with her High School friends that she isn t willing to talk about even with Zoe, the mother she is so close to Meanwhile, Zoe s friend in England has disappe

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