on January 1st 1970
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Secrets, secrets and SECRETS!
Everyone in this book has a secret! A secret that once known can and will change things forever. Two years ago, Francesca’s husband, Robert kissed her goodbye before leaving to pick up more wine at a store and then jumps off an overpass to his death.
Since then, Francesca and her daughter have moved to a new home closer to Robert’s family. Being closer means having them in her life more, but it also means learning some “truths” about her husband’s family and her husband. There is a saying that the truth will set you free…..but will it?
I had a hard time getting into this book. I started and stopped it several times before deciding to give it the old college try. After I got through the first initial chapters the book did pick up for me. I was intrigued by what was found in the medicine cabinet and the relationships between several characters. The book teases that Francesca’s life could be in danger if she learns the truth and I felt that was misleading. I never felt that she was the character whose life was in danger. I felt let down by this aspect. I liked the unraveling of family secrets but was underwhelmed by most of the book.
This was a hard one for me to rate and I found the book to be satisfying but at the same time felt the description was a little misleading. This book was well written and I am most likely in the minority here, but for me this book was good – not great.
Thank you to Bookouture and NetGalley who provided me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. The thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are my own.