Many thanks to Geoff LePard for featuring Willful Avoidance on his blog today. Geoff is an attorney and the author of Dead Flies and Sherry Trifle, My Father and Other Liars and Salisbury Square. He is also a popular blogger and founder of the annual Bloggers Bash in London.
Having been away I’ve had time to read. And I’ve read some indie authors so, this being post a review month via Terry Tyler here I thought I’d do that here as well as over on Amazon. In no order that says preference, more that you have to start somewhere:
Willful Avoidance by Jan Twissel
Let’s start with the blurb:
Inspired by a true story. . . Maya Bethany awakes as though from a seventeen-year coma to find herself in bed with a stranger—her husband—who is on a course that will ruin not only her life but those of her children as well unless she does something. But what and how and who will help her? Certainly not the flirtatious millionaire she works for. Nor the jaded lawyer who urges her again and again to compromise with the tax man. No, they only complicate her life at a time when…
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