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  • Excellent women’s fiction

    Secrets from A Happy Marriage is about love: love of family, love of place, love of dreams, love of self. Mother Wendy, her two grown daughters Anna and Rachel and Rachel’s soon to be 18 daughter Emma have kept secrets from each other and from themselves. The death of Rachel’s husband and the end of Anna’s marriage become the catalyst for these four to finally learn truths about love, forgiveness and stepping forward towards new beginnings. The book is well written, full of insight and hard to put down. It is women’s fiction at its best. I voluntarily reviewed an advance copy of this book from NetGalley. Most highly recommend.

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  • Beautifully written

    I loved this book. I picked it because it was a favorite author, but I honestly wasn’t sure if it would be my cup of tea. I don’t normally love women’s fiction. I’m a straight up romance reader. I want to be guaranteed a happy ever after. While I appreciate and understand that there is angst, death and despair in even the best in the romance genre, I tend to avoid starting a book, not knowing how it will ultimately end. Love and loss, secrets and lies, disappointments and achievements...it’s all in here and it is glorious. It’s sisters and daughters, mothers and children at their best and at their worst. The story is uplifting as well as heartbreaking and the reader is actively involved in it all. This is a different but no less wonderful Maisey Yates than her previous books. She’s descriptive without being overly wordy and her dialogue is honest and real. And she brought to life four very distinct women who are all a crossroads in their individual lives. It’s extraordinary.

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  • Life, family, forgiveness and learning to start ov

    A great story of life, family, forgiveness, and learning to start over, Maisey Yates hit it out of the ballpark with this story. From the first page to the last, I was excited to read the next chapter in the lives of Wendy, her daughters Anna and Rachel, and her granddaughter Emma. Wendy reveals a secret that changes the course of their lives. Anna is starting over after being unfaithful in her marriage, Rachel is learning how life will proceed after the death of her husband at 39 years old. Emma is adapting to life without her father and they're all adjusting to a new normal. How they get there along with the decisions they make in this small town on the rugged Oregon coast, is what makes this book on your must read list. I received a free ARC eBook from Net Galley and the publisher in exchange for my honest opinions.

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