Mrs. Perfect

While I was reluctant to read Mrs. Perfect by Jane Porter – the cover was a little supermarket for me – I came around to it in the end. It begins with an introduction to Taylor Young and her perfect life, marriage, house, children, etc. But, of course, as you could predict, all is not as it seems. When her life is shattered by unexpected news from her husband, she has to build herself and her life back up again. Again, not my usual cup of tea, but a quick and not terrible read.

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