A Small Indiscretion

51aKu5z1x8L.jpgI got into A Small Indiscretion right away. The continuous changing of time and place were hard to follow at first, but once it got going, I just wanted to fit all the puzzle pieces together. The basic premise has a woman writing a letter to her son about her life and the choices she has made. It was a good story and was full of surprises. It held up all the way through and I enjoyed reading it very much.
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