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No turning back

No turning back

Lewis, Susan

Eva Montgomery is at the peak of her career when she is viciously attacked by a stalker. While still traumatised, she makes the biggest mistake of her life - one she can never turn back from. Sixteen years later, Eva has managed to rebuild her life in a way that seemed impossible after the attack. Her home in Dorset, high on the cliffs overlooking the sea, is as elegant as she is, but bears none of the scars. To an outsider, her world seems perfect in every way. Then the past invades the present - with shattering consequences. Hurt, frightened and confused, Eva struggles desperately to put right the terrible mistake she made sixteen years ago and finally break free from a past that nearly destroyed her

eBook, Electronic resource, Book. English.
Published London: Cornerstone Digital, 2011
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Statement of responsibility: Susan Lewis
ISBN: 1409022935, 9781409022930
Intended audience: Adult.
Note: Downloadable eBook.
Note: Fiction.
System: Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Subject: Suspense fiction.; Families Fiction.; Betrayal Fiction.; Psychological fiction.; Secrecy Fiction.; Stalkers Fiction.

Author note

Susan Lewis is the bestselling author of twenty-five novels. She is also the author ofJust One More Day, a moving memoir of her childhood in Bristol. Having resided in France for many years she now lives in Gloucestershire. Her website address is www.susanlewis.com

Susan is a supporter of the childhood bereavement charity, Winston's Wish: www.winstonswish.org.uk and of the breast cancer charity, BUST: www.bustbristol.co.uk

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Everything can change in a moment...

Eva Montgomery is at the peak of her career when she is viciously attacked by a stalker. While still traumatised, she makes the biggest mistake of her life - one she can never turn back from.

Sixteen years later, Eva has managed to rebuild her life in a way that seemed impossible after the attack. Her home in Dorset, high on the cliffs overlooking the sea, is as elegant as she is, but bears none of the scars. To an outsider, her world seems perfect in every way.

Then the past invades the present - with shattering consequences.

Hurt, frightened and confused, Eva struggles desperately to put right the terrible mistake she made sixteen years ago and finally break free from a past that nearly destroyed her.

'Just how much trauma and tragedy can one woman take? Plenty, if you're an novelist of Susan Lewis's emotional range. She manages to find light where there's darkness, even in Eva Montgomery's troubled life.'Daily Mirror