Saturday, 1 November 2014

Nobody’s Fault by Terri Tyler

When Nick announces he is leaving his family to go and live with another woman, a woman called Adrienne he has only known a week. Nick leaves his wife and teenage daughters unexpectedly having to begin a new life.  For Nick and Adrienne it is love at first sight, they know they are soul mates and that they belong together, forever.  Whatever fate has in store they have no control over their desires or their destiny.

The story is told from most of the characters view points in the book, so you get first-hand knowledge of the effect and impact that the love affair has on the whole family.  What I liked about this book is that not only is it a powerful and dramatic plot with all that is going on with the break- up of a marriage, but the story builds up with twists and turns in the plot to a suspense and spectacular and surprise addition to the storyline that makes this book a remarkable and unpredictable read from beginning to end.

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