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Giveaway: The Midwifes Confession by Diane Chamberlain

Update: the winner of this giveaway is Sheila K. Thanks to everyone who entered!


diane chamberlain midwifes confession Giveaway: The Midwifes Confession by Diane Chamberlain


I dont know how to tell you what I did. The unfinished letter is the only clue Tara and Emerson have to the reason behind Noelles suicide. Everything they knew about Noelle her calling as a midwife, her passion for causes, her love for her family described a woman who embraced life. But they didnt know everything. Because the unaddressed letter reveals a terrible secretand a legacy of guilt that changes everything they thought they knew about the woman who delivered their children. A legacy that will irrevocably change their own lives and the life of a desperate stranger forever. Diane Chamberlain gets to the heart of the story.


(See our review of The Midwifes Confession)

We recently read and enjoyed Diane Chamberlains captivating'The Midwifes Confession, and are lucky enough to have a copy of the book to give away to one US or Canadian reader. To enter, all you need to do is leave a comment telling us whether youd be able to forgive your best friend for harbouring a terrible secret. The competition will be drawn on the 3rd of June, after which we'll contact the winner. Leave an email address so that we can contact you!

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  1. Meagan /

    I could totally forgive my friend as long as they had an explanation.

    • Stephanie /

      Thanks for entering, Meagan. If you were one the women in this book youd definitely want an explanationits a pretty shocking secret!

  2. Meagan /

    Ooohhhh. Youre teasing me! :( Now I have to read it!

  3. I think I could or maybe depending on the secret. Hard question. Would love to win this. Donna
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    • Stephanie /

      Thanks for your entry, Donna! It is a tough questionI wonder if wed respond differently if family rather than a friend were involved. Ill be sure to stop by your site and say hello. :)

  4. Could I forgive my best friend if she were truly sorry, of course I could. Probably. As long as her secret didnt include hurting my kids.
    Thanks for the giveaway!
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  5. Yes, I could forgive my friend, no questions asked. Though Id be very curious!

    • Stephanie /

      Thanks for entering, Toni. You sound like a great friend :) I think I might be the lesser person here!

  6. Carol Wong /

    That is a very hard question. First I would know that they did and then I would probably figure out why they did it. I think the main thing is what did they do? Was it murder or something like switching babies? Gosh, getting gruesome here. Just dont think my best friend would ever do something horrible. If it is mental illness that caused her to do it, I think I could forgive her but I would hope that she would be away from others so that she could never do it again!

    • Stephanie /

      Great answer, Carol! I think theres definitely a spectrum of forgivability, and youre right in that her mental state would definitely play a role.

  7. I believe Id be able to forgive my best friend for harboring a terrible secret :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!

    • Stephanie /

      Thanks for entering, Cheryl! I think Id be a maybeit depends on what it was, her motivations, how long ago it happened, and whether shed be likely to repeat her actions

  8. rhonda /

    Yes i would forgive my bestfriend.thanks for giveaway!!

  9. Stephanie /

    My pleasure, Rhonda. :) Best of luck!

  10. Marjorie /

    I definitely would, I hate to have bad feelings against anyone.
    This would be a super book to win and read.

  11. Sheila K. /

    Sure'there would be nothing to forgive. Everyone carries within them things they tell to no one, for a variety of reasons.

  12. Yes, I could forgive.
    Thanks for such a great giveaway. Ive been wanting to read this one.

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  13. Elesha /

    Sounds like an interesting read. Very intriguing to say the least

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