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Beautiful Illusions (Contemporary Romance): The Gallagher Family Kindle Edition
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I would have given this story two stars, but nope. Lost a star for poor editing. Blatant mistakes that could be caught if the author had just reread what she wrote, it's irritating and just lazy on her part or whoever is editing these books.
There aren't any truly beautiful illusions and this book pours just about every vise and horrible life experience you could think of into and I didn't even finish this book.
From a woman who became a lawyer but doesn't care to do her job well . To CEO who doesn't care about his job. Drugs , alcohol, one night stands seem to be the focus. At first along with cheating by a straight person is unforgivable but, for a bisexual partner it's okay.
Mental health issues, child abuse, rape and the death of a child are also poured into this book. Like a marathon of Jerry Springer episode listings and they are handled with the same manner. One sensationalized multiple car train wreck after another.
I picked this up for free in 2013 and just now tried reading it. The blurb is different because it lists some details now that would have cause me to pass it by.
However, there was a depth to the characters that I found very realistic, given that the story was told by someone who was wading her way through a series of mysteries about the people she was meeting. I have personally lived through and known people living with some of the painful things this book describes, and I felt the author was extremely good at expressing it and making it understood. I look forward to reading Book Two.