Title: The Mistake I made
Author: Paula Daly
Page Count: 432
We all think we know who we are.
What we’re capable of.
Roz is a single mother, a physiotherapist, a sister, a friend. She’s also desperate.
Her business has gone under, she’s crippled by debt and she’s just had to explain to her son why someone’s taken all their furniture away.
But now a stranger has made her an offer. For one night with her, he’ll pay enough to bring her back from the edge.
Roz has a hard choice to make.
I really liked how this book was written because it makes you feel a real emotional connection to the main Character, Roz and her son George.
This book wasn’t anything like how I expected it to be. I can’t really explain what I thought it would be like and I’m not sure if it’s better or worse than expected, it’s just different.
The storyline is definitely not light-hearted, it makes you stop and think and it makes you feel bad for ever judging anyone! I feel like I started this book with one very strong mindset and finished it with a completely different one. I don’t want to give too much away and spoil it for anybody that’s planning on reading it but I do think it’s worth a read.
Rating out of 5: 3
Here’s another you might enjoy: We were Liars by E.Lockhart