Her Husband's Mistake
Should a woman be ready to forgive and forget to save her marriage? Roxy's not so sure... The riveting new novel from No. 1 bestselling author Sheila O'Flanagan. Perfect for readers of Marian Keyes and Kerry Fisher.
R oxy's marriage has always been rock solid.
After twenty years, and with two carefree kids, she and Dave are still the perfect couple.
Until the day she com...more
Roxy has been happily married to her childhood sweetheart for 20 years and they have 2 children, but that all changes when she comes home unexpectedly to a life changing discovery.
With her life in turmoil Roxy throws herself into her late dads business hoping time will give her more perspective on the way ahead.
I felt so much for Roxy and understood how she had changed even though it wasn’t s ...more
Full review coming.
This one was a real family story. Roxy has recently lost her father and is trying to juggle between her husband and young family and her widowed mother.
One day she comes home early from her mother’s house to find her husband Dave and the next door neighbour in their marital bed.
Completely shocked, Roxy moves out with t ...more
Whew. Always a pleasure to see a woman discover her own power. There are few surprises but you really do relate to Roxie as a wife and mother and feel for her struggle, and while the payoff is a bit obvious it still satisfies. 3.5 rounded up
I was not disappointed. Basically Roxy and Dave are rock solid until she catches him with the next door neighbour in a comprising position. What will she do ? she has to make a decision. Roxy is not sure about anything now - her past, her Dads business which she has taken over or what it will mean for the family. She has spent so long thinking about everyone else she has forgotten what she wants ...more
I was very surprised when I began reading as the book is written in the first person. Maybe it's just me but I am not at all used to this style from this author so it took me aback somewhat and I wondered whether I would in fact enjoy the book.
I didn't need to worry as I really did enjoy it - the tale of a woman in business was a real inspiration for me. I felt that I wanted to gi ...more
As a child I enjoyed reading and telling stories and everyone thought that I end up in a job which had something to do with books and literature. But though I applied for a job in the library all of the job offers I got were i ...more