30 April 2014

Book Review: A Single Breath By Lucy Clarke

I recently received a complimentary copy of the new book A Single Breath by Lucy Clarke to review.

Eva is a midwife who had only been married for eight months when the worst happened: her husband Jackson is killed in a fishing accident, drowning. Trying to heal and cope, she decides to take a leave of absence and visit Jackson's estranged family in Tasmania. When she meets Jackson's father and brother, Saul, she finds out that the Jackson she knew has a very different past from what he's told her. Feeling the pain of his deception, she also finds herself growing more attracted to his brother, who finds himself answering her questions. Will Eva come to grasp with the past and move on, and will she find herself falling for Saul?

I cannot even imagine finding out that the man I married had a hidden past and had been lying to me about it. That would have to be such a huge shock for anyone. It would make you wonder if anything about your relationship was real... I enjoyed this one. It was a fast, easy read and the author's words really flowed. If you are looking for a good book to get lost in while traveling, or just wasting away this evening, then pick this one up.

A Single Breath by Lucy Clarke is a paperback fiction book published by Touchstone. It is 384 pages long. The suggested cover price is $15.99, and Amazon has it available for $12.54 as of this posting. It is also available as an audio CD and as an e-book for the Kindle and other e-readers.

I received a complimentary copy of this book in order to read it and share my thoughts on it. All opinions are my own and not that of the author(s) or publisher.

1 comment:

Catherine said...

I do like a good book for the summer that is easy reading and flows.
Thank you for the suggestion. Blessings, Catherine