Book: Lying on Sunday by Sharon K. Souzacategories: Book, Contemporary Fiction, Infidelity, Betrayal, Widowhood, Mothers and Daughters, Inspirational Fiction
Sharon K. Souzaabout this book: Abbie Torrington is having the worst day of her life. She receives news that her husband has died, and it's clear he was with another woman. It only gets worse when the doorbell rings. Abbie must break the news to her two college-age daughters, of whom she is fiercely protective. The last thing she wants them to know is that their father was unfaithful. So she does all she can to hide that from them, as well as the information she has locked away in her hope chest.
Abbie is greatly conflicted about her role as grieving widow, when more than anything she views herself as the betrayed wife. Her best friend, Shawlie Bryson is doing everything she can to get Abbie to move on. Lying on Sunday deals with tough issues, but is tempered with a good dose of humor. It's also a wonderful look into the complex relationship of mothers and daughters. This is a novel for women who enjoy contemporary fiction that delves into the characters' spiritual journey.
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