Thursday, 11 September 2014

The Secrets Women Keep by Fanny Blake

The Secrets Women KeepThe Secrets Women Keep by Fanny Blake
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Setting the scene:

The family are preparing for a summer break.
They have a place in Tuscany and a hotel in Cornwall.
The marriage is good and solid

Until

Rose peers at her husbands phone and see's a text that reads : 'Miss you. Love you. Come back soon.'

Who sent this? Why?
Is he having an affair?


Coupled with that there is a rumor going around that Rose's brothers wife Eve gets a phone call while on holiday to say sorry she is retiring, but she's not retiring! Who started this rumor and why? Is it connected the text?

Lets just say, the holiday they were expecting is not the holiday it turns out to be.

Well written and a great read for sitting outside reading.

I was given this by Orion Publishing Group via Net Galley who I would like to thank.


Rose waits for her family to arrive at their villa in Tuscany when a casual glance at her husband's phone tips her world upside down. The text reads simply: 'Miss you. Love you. Come back soon.'

Daniel has always been popular with women, she knows that. But until this moment she has had no cause for worry. Has something shifted within their marriage without her realising?

As the family gathers for the summer break, Rose's faith in Daniel is shaken. How well does she really know him? She fears that, after decades of marriage and children, the man who lies beside her at night is lying in other ways too. Then events take a tragic turn.

Wise, wry and richly entertaining, THE SECRETS WOMEN KEEP celebrates the passionate, emotional lives women lead as wives, mothers and grandmothers.






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