Book: Losing Heart by Donna Browncategories: Book, Suspense, Contemporary Fiction, Relationships, Heart Transplant, Affair, Psychological Thriller
Donna Brownabout this book: Helen knows that her heart transplant is a matter of life and death, but she never imagined that the risk would come from the donor's mother.
Awash with grief and self-righteousness, Marian enters Helen's life and proceeds to turn it upside down. From holding Helen to ransom over her illicit affair, to undermining her relationship with her daughter and her husband, Marian knows how to hit Helen where it hurts.
But that's only the beginning...
Losing Heart is a short psychological thriller described by Readers' Favorites as 'taut and full of suspense'. Self Publishing review called it 'rich with detail'.
Did you know:
-Originally Helen was on the transplant list for two years in the book. This was revised when research showed that the average wait in the UK would be six months.
-The cover was designed by Christa Holland of Paper and Sage design. Like the title of the book, it can be 'read' multiple ways, each tying in to events in the story
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