Everybody likes Andrew. But they don’t really know him.
They know what he’s told them – that he’s happily married with two kids. Living the kind of life that’s either so boring it’s true, or so perfect it’s a lie . . .
Peggy arrives in Andrew’s life in a burst of kindness and possibility. For the first time in ages, Andrew feels alive again. So now that he has everything to lose, can he risk it all and tell Peggy the truth?
I really enjoyed this book, I haven’t read anything like this before and I probably never will. I could rave about it all day, I liked the fact it was a little different, the Council side really interested me because it is not something that is talked about and I didn’t really know any information about what happens when someone dies and doesn’t have a next of kin, it is a fascinating inside in the world of the Council and the people that work there. Andrew works at the Council and my heart went out to him, he is a nice guy and people like him but they don’t know the true Andrew, it really upset me how he was in himself. Peggy comes along and turns his world upside and he falls big time for her. When she finds out his secret will she forgive him? The story deals with all kinds of issues but Richard has written it sensitively and has obviously done his homework, I would give this book a 10/10 stars if I could. One I would definitely recommend and one that captured my heart.
I recieved an ARC copy of this book for an honest review. Thank you to Virginia Woolstencroft for sending me a copy of this book.
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