Ailey of Skye by Wendy Hewlett – Review by Kerry Carr

Ailey of SkyeAiley of Skye by Wendy Hewlett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book is a wonderful story about a girl called Ailey. Ailey grew up in Canada with her gambling addict of a father. When her father died she was left to fend for herself and the only way she was able to survive was to join a gang and become a drug addict.

Fact forward 13 years Ailey is a heavy drug user and is almost on the brink of dying when her grandmothers solicitor finds her.
After going through rehab she decides to go the the Isle of Skye to claim what was left to her by her grandma. Little did she know she would find a brother and a mother who had been searching for her.

So starts an adventure where her dads old debts come to find her, along with the threat of her old life catching her up.

It is a heartwarming adventure dealing with loss, kidnap, drug abuse and learning to love all over again.

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