Monday, February 11, 2013

Review: The Comfort of Lies by Randy Susan Meyers

Date Read - February 8, 2013
Source - NetGalley

 Tia is certain of one thing: she's deeply in love with Nathan. The only problem is that he is married with Juliette. Tia learns of her pregnancy and Nathan leaves to return to Juliette. Seeing no other option, Tia gives up her baby for adoption. Caroline, a pathologist, adopts Tia's baby just so she can please her husband. She knows she isn't cut out for motherhood, but for Peter's sake, she tries to incorporate the role of mother. For Juliette running her own beauty line is a dream come true. She knows all about the affair and hopes that's the end of it. But she discovers a letter with photos of Tia's daughter and she knows that it's only the beginning. "The Comfort of Lies" is a gripping and riveting story that breathlessly outlines the consequences of lies and how we can sacrifice those we love most.                            

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