When Jan’s daughter Louise dies, it unleashes a storm of grief and rips the family further apart. Lottie, her eldest, deals with her pain by acting as the wild child, but finds herself fifteen, pregnant, and thrown out of the family home in Devon.
Jan, already estranged from her grandchildren and their father, is living in Surrey. Her second husband has recently died and she is also overwhelmed by grief. Until Lottie, the granddaughter she has never met arrives – pregnant and in need of a home.
Lottie gives birth to Summer and finds happiness with her grandmother until a devastating pandemic arrives. As panic and pandemonium sweep the nation and the death toll soars and lives are changed forever.
J. R. Bonham was born and raised in Bristol but now lives near the Surrey/Sussex borders with her husband. She enjoys writing as well as travelling the world, plays bridge, table tennis, and pétanque and likes to read, walk, cycle. Family Reunited is her second book, her first, Fireworks to Thailand was also published by the Book Guild.
Georgina Wilkins (Guest Review) - 04 Jul, 2021
This book is a page turner its a honest true to life story which reflects how complex family life can be. You get to know and have some understanding of the chatacters and you get frustrated at their decisions they make.Its an easy book to read and the outcome isnt quite what to expect.