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The writing was repetitive and over the top and the characters were clichéd and not at all interesting. This wasn't for me!
The story is set in Dublin, Ireland and is all about the Kennedy brothers Max and Finn and their two families.
The prologue sets you up for what you can kind of expect of the rest of the book storyline-wise. However it’s not quite as simple as you might think at first because the character in the prologue is unidentified so the element of mystery is imbedded into the story right from the beginning. That really sets the tone for the rest of the story as I felt like I was always guessing what was going to happen next, and then re-evaluating my first guess after new information came to light.
The story is told in two parts. The first part, takes place before the event described in the prologue and the second part is after that event. The characters take it in turns to narrate the story which kept the story telling fresh and I felt like it involved you more as a reader because you were getting to know all of the sides to the one story. Some parts of the story come from the children of the family which adds an innocence to what is quite a distressing storyline and there are some other scenes included where the narrator is unidentified keeping the air of mystery present throughout.
There are some parts of the story which give you some insight into past of the two families. These are interspersed throughout the character’s present day lives which added a depth to the story which wouldn’t have existed without the build-up these insights give you.Read more ›
The story centres around two families and their brothers. For Finn and Joe the move to Ireland will be a fresh start after their whirlwind romance and marriage. With the fresh start comes exciting new opportunities for both of them. Advertising for Joe and Finn is making a name for himself in television.
For the other couple, Ali and Max it seems like all their dreams are coming true, in the form of a successful bakery.
However things start to take a turn for the worse. Finn is shattered when he loses his role in a gritty crime drama. He becomes so unhappy that Joe begins to fear for him and the state of their marriage.]
At the same time things also go downward for Ali and Max. An accident at the bakery shocks them both to the core. The brothers have never gotten on well and the blame is laid Finns doorstep.
The writing here was really excellent.I could really feel the simmering tensions between the two families as the accusations fly back and forth. The secrets that were once buried deep are slowly brought to the surface. It really drew me in and compelled me to keep turning the pages.
As both families discover unknown truths, feeling of love and trust are really tested. Can they over come these revelations? You'll have to read to find out!
I loved the fact that A husbands confession wasn't just your average romance novel. It was full of drama and really kept me hooked. I'm finding it hard to think of anyone who wouldn't enjoy this book. Zoe Miller is certainly going on my "one to watch" list.
The book follows a story of two brothers with their families. Max and Ali run a very popular bakery in Dublin, and they have two children, home and generally life without problems. Finn and Jo met in Australia, got married there but then came back to Ireland, following Finn's dream to be an actor. They have one daughter Grace, Jo is working in PR and Finn... Well, he used to be a great actor, playing a big part in a soap - opera, but now the role was terminated, and Finn's career probably too.
But. There are a lot of secrets hidden and someone has discovered some of them, and the things go out of a hand. Someone got badly hurt and is fighting for life at the hospital, and like in a domino effect, the next secrets are being revealed and big chaos and broken families follow.
As I was not familiar with Zoe Miller's writing before, I was totally happy to sit comfortably and let her take me on a journey through the life of the two brothers around the world. It started good, really good, and I actually had felt shivers on my back. The idea of the memories, of coming back to the past to show us how it all started, where it all went wrong has also worked out brilliantly. So, where is my problem? Well, I know that something happened at the beginning and have waited for explanation of this. So I was reading, and reading, and reading, and I got everything but not this what I was waiting for.Read more ›
Most recent customer reviews
The book starts with a prologue involving a hit and run of a young woman and I thought this is starting off really good, what a great start. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Bookboodle
‘A Husband’s Confession’ was such a delightful surprise! I’ve heard of Zoe Miller thanks to my blogging friends, however I haven’t had the opportunity to read her books until now. Read morePublished on 7 Oct. 2014 by Ananda
Two brothers, two wives and two happy families based in Dublin. Could it really be that simple?
Max and Ali run a popular bakery and coffee shop in Dublin City Centre and are... Read more
This story was brilliant, captivating. I couldn't put the book down as wanted to know what happened next. A surprise conclusion but nonetheless brill.Published on 10 May 2014 by Margaret
Brilliant as always zoe Miller unstoppable read. A great Irish writer who can keep her audience focused from start to finishPublished on 23 April 2014 by Janice
I've read all of Zoe's books and they are always beautifully written, with great poignancy and marvellous insight into the human condition and why we do the things we do. Read morePublished on 14 April 2014 by Annemarie Tiernan
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