Daughter of Mine



Daughter Of Mine by Fiona Lowe was a tumultuous, 360 degree story, filled with so many obstacles and heartache and twists for the portrayed characters. Energetic, opinionated personas that were prickly at first, but nevertheless, they grew on you. Characters that had this readers opinions turning. Events and circumstances, secrets and lies. An exceptionally magnificent read. From the start I was gripped by the happenings within the events of the small town setting, and the vivacious starring characters portrayed. The obstacles and contentious issues were believably written and had me completely outraged on behalf of each of the characters. Loved this story and was so pleased with the finale and would not have complained if the story kept going :) A book that will be in my fave reads that I could go back to again. Talking Books      (5 stars! on Goodreads)


Really enjoyed this novel by Fiona Lowe. A pleasant, engaging writing style that is easy to read, an enjoyable plot involving complicated family secrets, mental health issues, and lost love which moves at a good pace, and authentic dialogue between sisters, mothers and extended family who have, at times, a fractious relationship (coming from a hugely dysfunctional family of three sisters, I can relate!). Genuinely recommend this novel as a great holiday or weekend read you can become engrossed in. Cate     (4 stars on Goodreads)