Its a narrative as old as time.
Young, naive woman meets succesful, prominent and married older man and is mesmerised by his charismatic persona that she decides to pursue him. They inevitably get caught and get caught up in a scandal. He asks for forgiveness from the public and his wife.
The wife has to put her game face on and forgive him; she stands by him and his career and puts the mantle of ‘wronged but strong woman on’ and she gets lauded for this behaviour. Its the ONLY thing that gets her through the days when she wants to scream and shout from rage at the shame and humiliation of it all.
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This series highlights inexpensive, free, or discounted books to give you, dear reader, the most options on what to read.
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I’m God’s gift to women. What can I say?
When I’m out and about, I catch the ladies checking out the goods.
I’m at the beach today, and my sister has her posse of friends with her.
One, in particular, is beyond beautiful, with a killer body to match.
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Immurement by Norma Hinkens, e-book, 247 pages, published by Dunecadia Publishing in 2015.
When the core of the Earth overheats and causes major volcanic activity, much of the world’s population is lost. The remaining survivors take shelter in underground bunkers in the less populous areas, and become known as Undergrounders. They are not the only survivor groups though, there are also roving bands of subversives that are happy to raid and kill for fun, known as Rogues. And from the sky, come the Sweepers, who snatch up people from the ground in their hoverships.
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Dan Brown’s latest offering follows the continuing adventures of Harvard Professor and Symbologist Robert Langdon. Seeming not to run out of connections that enable him to attend exclusive museum events (that inevitably land him in trouble), he finds himself at the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain, where his ex-student Edmund Kirsch is about to launch a multi-media presentation of a discovery that he promises will shock the world.
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Throwback Thursday is a series where we take a look back at some of BRD’s most popular posts. Enjoy!
Lost in Shadows by Anita Devito
Romantic suspense is one of my favourite genres, as such I jumped at the chance to read and review Lost in Shadow. The blurb hinted at exciting things to happen, which made me eager to read this one. I was pulled into the story from the moment I began reading. The suspense at the drama at the start was riveting and I eagerly turned the pages as I wanted to know how the events would unfold.
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