With 10 years of marriage under their belt, Zane and Jaina are coasting. The little things they used to do for one another have fallen by the wayside. They've gotten busy with life. They've forgotten to nurture their love and relationship. Even soul mates can stumble on hard times and have marital difficulties.
At 47, both are successful professionals. Jaina is an associate professor in a renowned school of social work. Zane is the pastor of a large congregation. They have two kids, one in juvenile detention, and the other anxious. When Zane joins the faculty of a seminary, in addition to her full-time job responsibilities, she's short on time, and neglects Jaina.
Enter Amelia, a new faculty member in Jaina's building. She's new in town, young, and very pretty. She's also not at all how she seems. Oh, and she's very interested in Jaina. When an argument with Zane causes Jaina to storm out angry, she reaches out to Amelia. Of course, she seizes the opportunity. And for a moment of indiscretion, Jaina could lose everything.
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Not sure, I enjoyed the book and the recording.
Yes, it is a great story.
I have a few a few of her recordings, she is fabulous in all of them.
It made me cry, it was heartbreaking, but finished very well.
Another great book by Ms Moll, I have read all of her books, and this one is one of my favorites.
I LOVE Emily Beresford's narration. Great job with the narration. There is a lot of unhappiness and angst in this book. Not a lot of lightness.
I love how KA Moll managed to write a complex story in such an accessible and entertaining way.
The cheating happens in the first few moments and thereafter it becomes a thriller about stalking and a drama about finding your feet and rediscovered love: this was Moll's best work to date and I loved every moment of it.
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