R35: Guilty by Karen Robards
I enjoyed this tale despite the plot hanging on grimly to a secret from the main Protagonist Kate’s past, with the consequences in her life now. It wasn’t fast paced or action packed. It was just a simple tale that I could see happening to anyone. Just a little lie or two that is held on till the consequences of continuing to do so outweigh the consequences in telling. The lying aspect of Kate’s life is neatly balanced by her devotion to her son, Ben, who was the catalyst for her change of behaviour and career.
Reaping books written by Robards and Keeping this on on my book shelf.