Madeleine Shaye has a successful dual career as a concert pianist and TV arts correspondent, a great relationship with her grown daughter, and a love affair that is the envy of friends. She believes she has all the luck. But her blissful life suddenly unravels in this genre-bending novel about a mysterious love with two faces, a shocking betrayal, and the passion to reclaim old dreams.
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Abeel's fifth novel (after Women Like Us) is an engaging read with plot twists and complex characters. Madeleine Shaye, a pianist and TV arts correspondent, seems to have it all: a solid relationship ... Read full review
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