It's no secret that I love Jaclyn Moriarty, and I'm quickly becoming a big fan of her sister Liane too. Main character Alice can't remember 10 years of her life, which is an interesting enough premise, but what makes this book so authentic is how it's more than just her memory that is lost - her personality is the same as it was ten years previous, and she struggles to come to terms with how her relationships have changed. Meanwhile her sister, Elizabeth, has battled years of infertility and is at breaking point with the grief. Elizabeth's honest, raw pain is so well executed and I really felt for her, although I know from my infertile friends that international adoption is far harder and rarer than the book suggests. The plot here is fairly straightforward and slow moving, but the characters feel real, their emotions are relatable, and the relationships between them are deftly portrayed.