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This review is from: Tell Me Lies (Paperback)
This is the second book I`ve read by Crusie, and it didn`t disappoint. Although it follows a similar pattern to the other book I read, the way it`s written keeps you gripped, even though you have a good idea of what is going to happen next.
The book is set in a small town in the US where everyone knows everyone. The main character is the kind that half the town want to be and the other half hate (but secretly want to be). She is a teacher in the local school, married to prospective mayor, mother to an adorable daughter and lives her life trying her best not to upset anyone or to become the gossip of the town.
All this changes when she finds another womans underwear in her husbands car and a one night stand from her schooldays turns up - all in the same day! This sends her life into turmoil, leading to x number of life changing events and great sex scenes as only Cruise can write.
It may be slightly predictable, but this does not in anyway deter me from wanting to read all of Cruise`s book, and I plan to do so very soon