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Eve is married to Don and they have two children however not everything is as it seems and after she divorced him Eve hopes she and her children can get their life back however things don’t exactly work out and Eve could be in serious trouble . reaction which shuts down honest conversation and applies a passive aggressive guilt to the victim, regardless of sex. I’ve got about 100 pages left and I am honestly waiting for it to turn my one star into a five star. As I have come to expect from Lesley Pearse, she gets right to the heart of complex female characters and I thoroughly appreciated the range here.

And everytime he hit her, she told herself that it would get better, he just had a bad day, it won't always be like this.I am a huge Lesley Pearse fan and have read all of her books, I was excited to be asked to read and review Betrayal. In the same way that you cannot equivocate male/female domestic violence with male/male or female/male, each case needs to be recognised and supported with absolute trust.

Feeling stuck she stayed too long with Don until she decided one day her body has had enough pain and abuse. A strong piece of writing and storytelling that has the power to transport you and invite you into the drama. I won't say I loved the topic, or the situations some of the characters found themselves in, but I loved how it was written and found myself unable to put it down. I don't actually have anything bad to say about it, these just aren't my favourite books of all time! Now, shouldering a terrible burden that she dares not share, Eve sets up a business in her newly adopted town of Sidmouth, and her fortunes go from strength to strength.A fantastic speaker and committed and passionate fundraiser for the NSPCC, Lesley is a much sought-after guest at literary lunches, library events and festivals up and down the country. A little further down the line Eve does something that I think any woman in her position would fully understand but which makes it hard for her to move on with her life. It shows how insidiously the coercive control has co-opted Eve's sense of self and her world view, she would stay for the sake of shame and social propriety than leave. It was a good story and I was compelled to read on but it lacked the depth of plot of some of her earlier novels, particularly those with a historical background. In Eve Hathaway the author has created a feisty and determined woman, who once away from her violent husband, has the ability to make a new life for herself and her children and yet with the shadow of uncertainty hanging above her the author shows just how fragile this new life can be and learning to trust isn't easy as Eve discovers to her cost and that of her family's safety.

She found herself apologizing for merely offering to paint and wallpaper it herself, something she was good at. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average.It is a clear and stark insight into the other side of the equation when those who have -thankfully-never been in a relationship like this, ask 'Why didn't you leave? She eventually finds the courage to leave him, taking their two children, Olly and Tabitha, with her. I was a bit wary of reading this one as the previous few books I’ve read by Lesley Pearse I must admit to struggling with. I always find time to start reading as soon as a book is in my hands (something my husband realises each year when I show him her latest book)!

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