The Perfect Child

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 364 pages
  • The Perfect Child
  • Lucinda Berry
  • English
  • 24 December 2017

About the Author: Lucinda Berry

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The Perfect Child A page turning debut of suspense about a young couple desperate to have a child of their own and the unsettling consequences of getting what they always wanted Christopher and Hannah are a happily married surgeon and nurse with picture perfect lives All that s missing is a child When Janie, an abandoned six year old, turns up at their hospital, Christopher forms an instant connection with her, and he convinces Hannah they should take her home as their own.But Janie is no ordinary child, and her damaged psyche proves to be than her new parents were expecting Janie is fiercely devoted to Christopher, but she acts out in increasingly disturbing ways, directing all her rage at Hannah Unable to bond with Janie, Hannah is drowning under the pressure, and Christopher refuses to see Janie s true nature.Hannah knows that Janie is manipulating Christopher and isolating him from her, despite Hannah s attempts to bring them all together But as Janie s behavior threatens to tear Christopher and Hannah apart, the truth behind Janie s past may be enough to push them all over the edge. Free Read [ The Perfect Child ] author [ Lucinda Berry ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – hillviewbedandbreakfast.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “The Perfect Child

  1. Bridgett says:

    I m not sure I ve ever read such a crazy, intense, non stop, haunting, anxiety producing novelbut only in the best and most desirable way I didn t want it to end Once this book has you in it s grips, it won t let go I started it this morning and literally could not put it down My poor husband probably feels deprived Having received The Perfect Child free as a Kindle First February option, I honestly didn t have high expectations These freebie books are hit or miss for me Sometimes theI m not sure I ve ever read such a crazy, intense, non stop, haunting, anxiety producing novelbut only in the best and most desirable way I did...

  2. Danielle Stephens says:

    I m okay with not having a happy ending, but an ENDING would be nice I feel like the book ended in what should have been the end of a chapter Good book, although I found the husband, Christopher, INFURIATING.

  3. PinkAmy loves books, cats and naps says:

    After years of infertility Dr Christopher Bauer and his wife Hannah, a nurse, gave up the idea of having a biological child When abandoned and battered six year old Janie winds up in the ER, they decide to adopt her Despite warnings from professionals that Janie trauma will take years to heal, if it ever does, the Bauers feel they are equipped Then somebody dies.Readers don t know who the murder victim s is or are until near the end of THE PERFECT CHILD Told from the first person points o After years of infertility Dr Christopher Bauer and his wife Hannah, a nurse, gave up the idea of having a biological child When abandoned and battered six year old Janie winds up in the ER, they decide to adopt her Despite warnings from professionals that Janie trauma will take years to heal, if it ever does, the Bauers feel they are equipped Then somebody dies.Readers don t know who the murder victim s is or are until near the end of THE PERFECT CHILD Told from the first person points of view of Chris, Hannah and Janie s social worker, readers are taken through the precarious road of Janie s adoption Lucinda Berry hit all the right notes with the behaviors of a child with reactive attachment disorder so I wasn t surprised to learn she s a psychologist B...

  4. Darinda says:

    Christopher and Hannah are a happy couple, but they long to have a child When Janie, an abandoned six year old, shows up at the hospital where they work, Christopher wants to foster her Despite the warnings about raising a child with an abusive past, they take her into their home and family They are not prepared for the challenges they face.Told with alternating points of view Christopher, Hannah, and Piper, Janie s social worker Christopher adores Janie and finds it difficult to believe s Christopher and Hannah are...

  5. Amelia Strydom says:

    We d like to think a mother and father s love can turn everything around, but there are times where parents do the very best they can, but the kid even from the get go is just a bad kid Ignore the problem, and we could have blood on our hands Adrian Raine, psychologist University of Pennsylvania.https www.theatlantic.com magazine After years of infertility, Christopher, an orthopaedic surgeon, and Hannah, a nurse, have given up on having a biological child While they are lookin We d like to think a mother and father s love can turn everything around, but there are times where parents do the very best they can, but the kid even from the get go is just a bad kid Ignore the problem, and we could have blood on our hands Adrian Raine, psychologist University of Pennsylvania.https www.theatlantic.com magazine After years of infertility, Christopher, an orthopaedic surgeon, and Hannah, a nurse, have given up on having a biological child While they are looking into adoption, a severely abused and malnourished little girl called Jamie is admitted to the hospital where they work Christopher is on Jamie s surgical team and immediately falls in love with the surprisingly affectionate and outgoing six year old Since the feeling is mutual, he begs Hannah to meet Jamie The bond between the two of them isn t as immediate or as strong, nevertheless Hannah agrees to foster Jamie until a suitable adoptive family can be found This is anything but easy Jamie is prone...

  6. Nichole says:

    This may contain spoilers, but this book left me with a lot of thoughts and feelings.This sh t was bananas B A N A N A S I started reading it on my lunch break on Monday and finished it a few hours later I could not put it down, because I just had to figure out what the heck was happening The story is told from three points of view Christopher and Hannah our main characters and the child protective services lady, Piper Christopher s character is absolutely infuriating, it amazed me how v This may contain spoilers, but this book left me with a lot of thoughts and feelings.This sh t was bananas B A N A N A S I started reading it on my lunch break on Monday and finished it a few hours later I could not put it down, because I just had to figure out what the heck was happening The story is told from three points of view Christopher and Hannah our main characters and the child protective services lady, Piper Christopher s character is absolutely infuriating, it amazed me how vain he was, the level of disrespect he had for his wife My heart broke for Hannah and the amount of crap she had to deal with How she tried her best to love a dif...

  7. Stacie says:

    No ending Great story, but then it just stopped It was as if the author got tired and quit Such a disappointment.

  8. Christine says:

    Absolutely INCREDIBLE This is my second read from Lucinda Berry and she is a phenomenal writer I just bought twoof her books, Phantom Limb, was just.99 today This book touched me, sent chills down my spine several times I have worked with severely emotionally disturbed children, many who were in foster care It touched me so much that I became an emergency placement foster parent When I got married and had children I told my husband I was done having children in my home, I would not Absolutely INCREDIBLE This is my second read from Lucinda Berry and she is a phenomenal writer I just bought twoof her books, Phantom Limb, was just.99 today This book touched me, sent chills down my spine several times I have worked with severely emotionally disturbed children, many who were in foster care It touched me so much that I became an emergency placement foster parent When I got married and had chil...

  9. Sophie Bristow Harris says:

    I came very close to giving this a full house of 5 stars However the last line ended on a cliff hanger and I believe the author only writes stand alones.It was a good, at times hard to read novel The characters were all pretty unlikeable and unsavoury I love the bright cerise bal...

  10. Elaine Maynard says:

    There was a knock on the door, I peeped behind the curtains to see who it was then I didn t bother to write a review after all.