Making Amends

Making Amends

Told from the perspective of three of the main characters, each has a distinctive enough voice that you don’t get confused as to who is speaking.  At times, some of them ramble, but it tends to make it feel as if you are there conversing with the character even if it does seem a bit detracting from the storyline.  Great narration is a definite plus.

Tabby is a former addict and mother of twin boys, one of whom gets snatched away by their father when they are five years old.  Twenty-five years later, she and her best friend/employer Von see him on the news having just been arrested for the murder of his father.  All Tabby wants is to see her little Bobby-doodle again, but is she prepared and can she make amends for being too drunk to properly care for him and prevent his abduction?

The ending might just blow you away.

“This audiobook was given by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom.”


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