To save her child, where can she go? Bernardine Kennedy's gripping saga My Sisters' Keeper follows one young woman's journey as she encounters love, tragedy and betrayal. Perfect for fans of Kitty Neale and Rosie Goodwin.'A hard-hitting emotional read which pulls no punches' - Brentwood Gazette In 1975, Vietnamese orphan Cathy Carter arrives in England to begin a new life. Her childhood in the New Forest is idyllic, but when she is fifteen tragedy strikes. Her adoptive parents are killed in a fire, and she is left with her strange, uncommunicative adoptive twin sisters. Sad and lonely, Cathy joins a local theatre group, where she becomes besotted with one of the directors. Nico is forty, and very good-looking, but he preys on vulnerable young girls, and has set his sights on Cathy. She is petite and pretty, and she is due to inherit a fortune.On her sixteenth birthday, Nico blackmails the twins into allowing Cathy to marry him. Their marriage soon turns sour, and after their daughter, Sammy-Jo, is born Cathy escapes with the child to Spain. But one day, Nico finds them... What readers are saying about My Sisters' Keeper: 'A great page turner - I couldn't put it down''A gripping story''Five stars'