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The adult Taylor siblings Willow, Robert, Sally and Lacey were shocked to discover when their mothers will was read in the office of family solicitor Philip Sherman, assets dispersed, their mother left only a letter to her youngest daughter Lacey. Unfortunately, the letter didn't reveal the entire truth, and left a lot of unanswered questions. This mysterious situation was quite upsetting to the Taylor siblings, and Philip Sherman seemed to know more than he was letting on. The stress may have landed him in the hospital with a non-fatal heart attack, and he provided additional clues following his recovery. Nonetheless, Lillian Taylor was not the loving supportive mother she pretended to be but a cunning, manipulative, bitter woman who deliberately withheld important vital family information for personal and financial gain.
Willow was the oldest sister, and the entire family looked up to her believing she was loving and wise, she was closest to Lillian and impacted by her mothers death to the point of mental instability, and blamed Lacey for sending their mother to an early grave. Willow was the most colorful and interesting character, though the story centered around Lacey. At times the storyline moved at a snails pace, as the ending picked up, finishing abruptly like a slamming door.
"My Husband's Sin" isn't really an applicable title for this book, though it will likely appeal most to readers that enjoy Contemporary Women's Fiction. With thanks to Tirgearr Publishing, Ireland for the value priced ebook for the purpose of review. ~ 3* GOOD.
My niece reviled to me last year that she had a child when she went off to college twenty two-year ago. Why we make the decision we have to make in one's life at a particular time can be difficult and have and have consequences on down the road. So thrilled with the results Good story, well developed and a page turner.