When Lizzie and Bee meet on holiday, it feels as if they were always meant to be friends. Escaping their parents and exploring, everything seems perfect in the hot summer sun. As the two girls grow closer, strange questions rise to the surface... Is Lizzie an only child? Why has Bee's dad disappeared? And why, as the holiday comes to an end, are the two girls forbidden from seeing each other again? Could one dark secret from the past hold the answer? Could one fateful night keep Lizzie and Bee apart... for ever? From the author of Butterfly Summer comes the unforgettable story of a new friendship, a terrible tragedy and long-buried lie.
When Lizzie and Bee meet on holiday, it feels as if they were always friends. Escaping their parents and exploring, everything seems perfect . As the two girls grow closer strange questions rise to the surface... Why has Bee's dad disappeared? And why, as the holiday comes to an end, are the two girls forbidden from seeing each other again?
An unputdownable story full of twists and turns to keep you in suspense to the end. * Primary Times *A pleasant and absorbing read for young independent readers. * SLA Newsletter *As with her previous book, Butterfly Summer, family secrets lie at the heart of Anne-Marie Conway's latest, Forbidden Friends. * The Sunday Express *Hauntingly beautiful... a wonderfully creative and intelligent story for girls aged ten and over. * The Lancashire Evening Post *It's one of those stories that plays on your senses allowing you to transport to another time. Ideal for the 9 to 12 age bracket, especially children dealing with friendship issues. * Serendipity Reviews *Suspenseful and intriguing. * Author Sophie McKenzie on Butterfly Summer by Anne-Marie Conway *This is a fantastic story that is gripping, moving and full of suspense. * Bookbabblers *
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