On his way home, Ed makes a split-second decision that changes the lives of all those who love him. Six years on, Ed’s daughter, Jessie, is stuck in a job with no prospects, her dreams never fulfilled. It will take more than her unreliable boyfriend, Chris, and temperamental best friend, Coco, to give her the confidence to get her life back on track.
But what if Ed had made another decision? It could all have been so different …
Six years on, Ed’s daughter, Jessica, has a successful career, loving boyfriend, Nick, and a keen eye on her dream home. But when new clients, a temperamental Coco, and her unreliable boyfriend, Chris, walk into her life, Jessica’s perfect world soon starts to unravel.
Love Them and Leave Them is a story of love, families, friendship and a world of possibilities. Whichever decision Ed makes, the same people are destined to come into his daughter’s life, sometimes in delightfully different ways. And before they can look forward to the future, they will all have to deal with the mistakes of the past.
This story is great! Love Them & Leave Them is written well, easy to read and fast paced. You’ll find yourself getting lost amongst all the characters and story line. I enjoyed reading this story and particularly liked how all the characters in some way linked with each other mysteriously through either friendships, relationships or family. However, this story also focuses on each individuals story at the same time which made it a very busy and full of drama story.
It did take me a while to get into this story and familiarize myself with all the different characters but once I understood it was a great read. I awarded four stars. It did take me a while to finish this story but was glad I stuck with it and finished it. However, THAT ENDING… I needed answers to all my questions after that. phew. If you like the sound of this story click on the link below and find out all about it yourself… Is it all just a big coincidence or is there more behind it all? Thank you for letting me read your story. Enjoy.
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