She Wouldn’t Change a Thing by Sarah Adlakha
A second chance is the last thing she wants.
When thirty-nine year old Maria Forssmann wakes up in her seventeen-year-old body, she doesn’t know how she got there. All she does know is she has to get back: to her home in Bienville, Mississippi, to her job as a successful psychiatrist and, most importantly, to her husband, daughters, and unborn son.
But she also knows that, in only a few weeks, a devastating tragedy will strike her husband, a tragedy that will lead to their meeting each other.
Can she change time and still keep what it’s given her?
Maria is given an ominous warning, but can’t resist a mystery. And when she’s thrown back in time, she has a tough decision on how to let the future unfold. This is a captivating story with heartbreaking choices and a fascinating mystery. The characters are complex and fascinating. And the plot is refreshingly unique and thought-provoking. Well-paced and full of suspense, this would appeal to a wide audience. I thoroughly enjoyed this impressive debut novel.