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Book Review: A Virtual Affair



A Virtual Affair

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 4.69  ·   Rating Details  ·  52 Ratings  ·  37 Reviews
Do you know what hope smells like?
It’s a combination of the sea, of exposed seaweed and salty air.
Of wet sand on a winter’s day.

Jayne was mid-forties when she experienced the worst and the best times of her life.
She fell in love, so desperately in love.
She lost everything overnight.

But no matter how bad life gets, how far down that dark tunnel you are, there is always a glimmer of hope.

From her dream house in Kent, via the nuthouse, and eventually to a cottage in Cornwall, Jayne takes a journey that is to wound, to destroy, and eventually heal her.


This is a story of one woman’s quest to find herself, and to love herself again.

Contemporary Romance for readers over the age of 18.


Lori's thoughts:  I'm not sure where I saw this book or why I decided to read it. I liked it okay. It was middle of the road for me, but it was still an enjoyable one. I found myself invested enough to keep turning pages and would probably read more things by this author. I can sure relate to some of the things that happened in the story, but I thought that the heroine was a bit of a doormat, letting her husband (bastard) walk all over her. I wouldn't have put up with a quarter of the crap she put up with. Of course, that's easy for me to say because I'm not in that position. I think that's why the book didn't earn more stars for me. 




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