Review: MISSING YOU by Louise Douglas
An endearing and engrossing, relatable story of two individuals locked in grief, who, except for circumstances, or chance, or fate, would never have met. Sean, a surveyor, has been forbidden his home and child by his infidelitous spouse. Fen, a bookshop employee in Bath, rents a residence from one of Sean's office colleagues. She raises a young son with cerebral palsy. Fen also harbors a deep and ugly secret. What begins as an economic necessity for both Fen and Sean evolves toward friendship and--; but can the bond developing stand against the revelations of the past?