Every marriage has a secret or two - or more. Mine has a secret. A big one. No, a gargantuan secret. My husband, Derek, doesn't suspect a thing. Now my exposure is imminent.
My blackmailer is demanding payment that I don't have. If I don't pay, my secret will be exposed and I will lose my husband and my children on Christmas day.
©2014 Brigitta Moon (P)2015 Brigitta Moon
Needed a different narrator
This is the story of a marriage with a twist, I found the story intriguing although some parts where a bit childish narrated by Catherine Clark who's voice I found was quite monotone and sleepy. All over this is just under 2 hours audiobook and worth it just for the story line.
I haven't read the print version but it was great listening to the story with air buds on, eyes closed, relaxing on a recliner.
Yes. Each chapter has a cliffhanger at the end, and it tempted me to listen to the whole story carefully.
The voice, the expression of emotions through her voice was just meticulous.
I really enjoyed listening to this book.
The story was interesting right from the start and kept my attention throughout. The unpredictable twist of the story - the main idea behind the scenes was something that wouldn't have crossed my mind in a million years.
The structure of the story was such that it kept me trying to figure how the author was going to put two different scenes together. The husband cheating on his wife, Christine, and Christine being blackmailed.
My favourite scene was towards the end where Derek looks at the inscription on the watch he was given as a Christmas present by his wife and children.
I definately listened to the whole book in one sitting as it was very difficult to put down - or in this case, turn off!
I really liked that the characters were everyday people. This made them easier to relate to. I also liked that the story moved at a good pace and kept me thinking.
double deal, who's cheating whom?
This is a nice little story that left me more appreciative for my family.
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