Second Chance Book 1
Delia has everything any woman could want. She has wealth, a prominent place in society, and a loving fire-breathing lawyer husband. However, Delia is far from happy. Pulling herself out of the muck and mire of her deprived and impoverished white trash past, Delia finds her demons have caught up with her. You can only run so long, and Delia is at the end of the course when her daughter Sybil and her granddaughter, Mattie, move to her old hometown. A place Delia has tried to bury and erase.
CHARACTERS, PLOTTING, DEVELOPMENT:
Forgive Me is a story full of dysfunctional family dynamics. Jennifer Youngblood and Sandra Poole filled this story with shame, guilt, betrayal, secrets, and mystery. This story is a roller coaster ride of emotion from the first pages. I felt I had been rung-out by the time I finished this awesome book. Facing a past which she had tried to put behind her is devastating for Delia. For Sybil facing what her life has become and standing up for herself is just as traumatic.
Delia and Sybil discover redemption is not easy to find nor are second chances. Delia has it all; wealth, a loving husband, and social position, yet her past haunts her daily with all its trauma and devastation. Following Delia through this story is emotionally draining. It’s a rocky journey loaded with insecurities and pitfalls which added tension and intrigue to the storyline. Youngblood and Poole slowly revealed the secrets Delia held for decades. As a result, Delia’s past had me in tears. Sybil thought she had it all when she married the love of her life. As the year’s pass, she found she’s just barely treading water and sinking fast. Although not an easy journey, Sybil slowly gains insight into her life.