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Redemption Song

Raised as an only child, Caia Paine once believed she had everything she would ever need to live a rich and contented life. The last thing she ever expected was that she would wake up one morning, despairing, and so full of loathing that even the sky is darkened by the potency of her anger. After her only son, Jack, is taken from her in a tragic accident, Caia finds hersel
Monica

Jan 02, 2018

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This is a woman’s fiction book. It took me a while in the book to connect with Caia. I could not relate to her as I don’t have any children of my own so I couldn’t really get how she feels. There were times that I didn’t care about hearing about Jack and I think it has more to do with I couldn’t relate to that part of her story. This really is a redemption book for Caia to find her way back after such a tragedy. I enjoy this story over all. I would read another book by Tanya that was along this

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Dec 17, 2017

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Caia Paine has lost a son in a tragic accident. Jack was only thirteen, and Caia is overwhelmed with grief and anger toward the man who took his life. Caia’s sorrow is the journey of this short novel. Her obsession focuses on the man who killed her child. Caia’s losses multiply to include her father, a man she loved dearly who immigrated to Georgia from Poland. Caia’s husband, Gregg, left her when she hit rock bottom and now she is alone with her pain.

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Caia Paine has lost a son in a tragic accident. Jack was only thirteen, and Caia is overwhelmed with grief and anger toward the man who took his life. Caia’s sorrow is the journey of this short novel. Her obsession focuses on the man who killed her child. Caia’s losses multiply to include her father, a man she loved dearly who immigrated to Georgia from Poland. Caia’s husband, Gregg, left her when she hit rock bottom and now she is alone with her pain.

Caia’s obsessive thoughts take her to Spain in pursuit of the man she thinks of day and night, her son’s killer. Caia cannot fathom how this man did not go to prison for his crime. She has every intention of handing out the justice that he truly deserves.

A mother’s grief is unfathomable. Caia acknowledges that she may be going too far, but her obsession takes her to Spain, and she follows every opportunity to get closer to this mystery man. Caia thinks about her life in Athens, Georgia with her immigrant parents, and acknowledges that she was always alone with them. They were still outsiders, not assimilating all that well into life in the south. Caia recognizes that perhaps Gregg wasn’t a good choice for a husband, but all of that means nothing now that she has lost the one true happiness in her life, her beautiful son.

Tanya Anne Crosby’s writing pulled me into this story of pain and grief. I wanted resolution for the characters. It did not disappoint.

Thank you, NetGalley, the author, and Story Plant for the opportunity to read and review this e-ARC.

Publication date: January 9, 2018.
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