The Daughter’s Choice

The Daughter’s Choice


The exciting new novel from the bestselling author of My Sister’s Lies.

Is her whole life built on a lie?

Rose has always been close to her father. Her mother died soon after she was born, so it’s been just the two of them for as long as she can remember.

But a chance encounter days before she's due to get married leaves Rose questioning everything she has ever known.

The man she trusts most in the world has been keeping a secret from her.

And the truth will leave her with an impossible choice…

An emotional family drama about the secrets we keep from those closest to us, perfect for fans of Jodi Picoult and Susan Lewis.

Our Review

The Daughter's Choice by S. D. Robertson is a dramatic tale centered around a family secret, It was an enjoyable read and I read it in a day. 

It is the week before Rose Hughes wedding and her father has treated her to a relaxing stay in a hotel and spa with her best friend and Maid of Honour Cara. A short time into the trip Cara is called away on a family emergency and Rose finds herself alone. Rose determines to force herself to relax and finds herself talking to a friendly woman who is also enjoying the spa but everything is not as it seems. I can't explain more without going deeper into the plot but suffice to say that their meeting is no suprise to the reader. 

The format of the book worked well to build a sense of suspense for the reader. The Daughter's choice is split into three parts; Rose's story, the stranger's story, and 'the Truth'. I was aware of the truth before it was revealed as the author no doubt intented. I think the book is more about the reasoning behind the truth then the truth itself. 

The Daughter's Choice is a perfect read for fans of Jodi Picoult and Ashley Farley. 


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