Say You Love Me sensitively explores childhood abuse, adoption and family loyalty. Pulling no punches, this enthralling, disturbing novel gives the reader a real insight into familial abuse. Say You Love Me is a powerful, sensitive yet shocking, exploration of the long-lasting traumas caused by parental sexual abuse. Marion Husband's superbly drawn, multi-dimensional characters, loving and hating freely, both fascinate and repel. Ben Walker sets out to trace his father and discover the truth about his adoption in 1968. But the past holds secrets that his brother Mark is desperate to keep. Old hatreds between the brothers are rekindled and their adopted father is made to face his own guilt over the events of that spring of 1968.