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Summary

It's every bride's worst nightmare, to be left standing at the altar. But that's what happens to Gemma on her wedding day. Her fiancé, Finn, isn't there when she arrives at the church.

Everyone thinks Gemma has been jilted. Snippets of gossip circulate among their guests. They'd seemed like the perfect couple. They were so ideally matched. It just shows, you never can tell, can you?

But Gemma is certain Finn would never have done this to her. So where is he?

In the days after what should have been their wedding, Gemma frantically searches for Finn. Meanwhile her family and friends believe there must have been clues she has missed, but each milestone memory from their past that Gemma examines just convinces her there is more to Finn's disappearance than a groom who has simply changed his mind. Could Finn's past once again have sabotaged his future?

How long should you keep searching for someone you love, if they don't want to be found?

©2022 Dani Atkins (P)2022 W F Howes

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"A roller coaster of a read...infused with an uplifting sense of hope." (Woman's Own)

"The queen of emotional love stories returns." (Sun)

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An emotional rollercoaster

Six Days pulls all the emotional heartstrings! The devastation felt by Gemma when Finn fails to turn up at the altar is just so palpable. She is understandably crushed, but resolved to find out what has happened to him. Through all the doubts of family and friends, Gemma refuses to believe she has been jilted and holds fast to the fact that something must be wrong. Yet, this isn't the first time Finn has disappeared. We are taken back to the early years of their relationship, but Gemma feels that is all past. With each revelation, we begin to doubt, however, Gemma heartbreakingly holds fast to her belief in Finn and remains steadfast over the course of six gruelling days of searching. Despite being despicable ghosted by Finn, things are not so simple. There are deep seated issues to resolve. A lack of communication is at the root, but truths come rushing to the surface by the finale. This book will wring you out, but is full of such love and hope. Special mention must go to Gemma's best friend Hannah, who is an amazing support and adds such light relief and holds her friend together. Things are rarely as simple as we assume and this book takes us into the difficulties beneath the surface of our lives, into those shady areas of grey between the black and white. I didn't want to out this book down as I frantically held on to discover the mystery of Finn. Six Days will hook you and reel you straight in. #sixdays #daniatkins #netgalley

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A good overall listen but not one that you can't put down. I found it a bit slow in places and not the most realistic of stories. I did enjoy Six Days and would recommend a listen. Well narrated by Charlie Sanderson.