By Kerry Fisher
An addictive and gripping examine love, lifestyles and dwelling a lie.
One little lie could make one distinction …
Lydia has the ‘right’ type of neighbors, her youngsters are on the ‘right’ type of college and she’s married to the ‘right’ type of guy – variety, regular, trustworthy Mark. Her marriage ceremony enterprise is thriving or even notwithstanding she is at loggerheads along with her mom, she couldn’t ask for something extra from existence.
But in point of fact that Lydia has been fortunate. She has been dwelling a lie for years and Mark has no inspiration who he's fairly married to. yet not anything lasts without end and the prior has a humorous method of catching up with the current. while the person that is familiar with all of Lydia’s darkish little secrets and techniques turns up on the university gates, his presence threatens to blow Lydia’s existence aside.
What is Lydia’s negative fact? as soon as the hot button is out, you can’t positioned it again …
A strong and heartbreaking tale, ideal for lovers of Liane Moriarty and Jane Green.
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