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"Depth of Lies" by E. C. Diskin
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She unexpectedly meets an old friend, Robert, and he invites her to his business, a growing nursery. Juliet arrives on a day the gardening shop is closed but is shown around by Nicholas, whom she assumes is Robert’s employee. Juliet is taken with Nicolas and soon finds herself spending time with him in the home Robert shares with his fiancée, Sonya.
Nicholas is hired renovate the garden of Juliet’s childhood home and the two fall madly in love. Unfortunately, without malice, the relationship is built on deception and when the truth is revealed, Juliet must deal with her past.
Juliet must confront the death of her mother at an earlier age, her own marriage of convenience and the feelings of her friends over how she’s handled her life. At first, she wallows in her own self pity but becomes determine to right her wrongs.
I thoroughly enjoyed this well written book. The description of the English countryside and the deep emotional pull of the characters kept me interested and intrigued. Juliet, like the rest of us, thought she dealt with her situations as she should not realizing the impact she had on others. I highly recommend this soul searching novel.
I loved the characters in this book. I cheered for each of them. Lynette Sofras had me on a roller coaster ride with them, and the heart-stopping trip was worth it. The main character, Juliet, or Julie as she prefers, has her uncertainties and struggles. At times, I wanted to weep, other times; I wanted to celebrate, and quite often, I wanted to shake Julie. Why would she waste so much time pursuing a career she detested? As I neared the end of the book, I wanted her to find a way to use her years of study. On a side note, the author's obvious love of gardens makes the reader want to take a trip to England. Lynette is an excellent writer.
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