Letters from the only man she’s ever loved.
A keepsake of the father she never knew.
Or just a beautiful glass vase that catches the light, even on a grey day.
If you had the chance to make a fresh start, what would you keep from your old life? What would you give away?
Gina Bellamy is starting again, after a difficult few years she’d rather forget. But the belongings she’s treasured for so long just don’t seem to fit who she is now.
So Gina makes a resolution. She’ll keep just a hundred special items – the rest can go.
But that means coming to terms with her past and learning to embrace the future, whatever it might bring
This was my first Lucy Dillon book what an amazing talented author, I found it hard to concentrate on anything else until I had finished the book.
The whole concept of the book was very inspiring keeping 100 hundred things from your past and moving on.
I loved going back to Ginas past which then you understood her connection with the objects.
Another book I would love to move into
5 of 5 stars