The Truth About You by Susan Lewis
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I have just finished reading Susan Lewis new book. I was gifted this to read with agreement from Random house publishers and author via Net Galley for an honest review.
Susan Lewis is one of my favourite authors and has been for a long time, so I was thrilled to be able to get an advanced copy.
This story is told in the splendour and warmth that this author always portrays in her reads. They lead into people who become real to you, they could be your neighbors, your friends or your family.
This is a family that have secrets. A family with questions pertaining to two different subjects. A daughter who too hides a path of secrets and a brother like any brother. Argues with each other, but in time of need are there for each other.
This is a family tale the way that Susan Lewis perfects it.
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Lainey Hollingsworth is the anchor in her home. In addition to managing her husband’s writing career, she oversees the daily operations of a chaotic family: a rebellious teenage daughter, a stepson who blames her for ruining his life, and an adoptive father afflicted with Alzheimer’s.
Lainey always had a volatile relationship with her mother, who never revealed the truth about Lainey’s biological father, or the reason she fled Italy for England when Lainey was an infant.
As Lainey plans a trip to her mother’s homeland in search of answers, the familiar rhythm of life implodes when she receives a cryptic text message: Ask your husband about Julia. Suddenly caught between the ghosts of her past and a frighteningly unpredictable future, Lainey must make choices no woman would ever want to face