Colour the Sky Red
Teale Munro fairly exploded into Briony's life, making unfounded accusations. Fortunately, Briony was able to prove him wrong, but it didn't make their relationship any easier. As a writer, Teale worked very unsocial hours, and he assumed that Briony would understand why he felt able to offer her only an affair. But he'd badly misjudged her - and the arrival of his small son Scott blew the situation wide open!
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