Published by She Writes PressSeries: What's Not #2
Date Published: 24 August, 2021
Genres: Women's Fiction
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With the court date set for her divorce and the future she'd planned with a younger man presumably kaput, Kassie O'Callaghan shifts attention to reviving her stalled marketing career. But that goal gets complicated when she unexpectedly rendezvous with her former lover in Paris. After a chance meeting with a colleague and a stroll along Pont Neuf, Kassie receives two compelling proposals. Can she possibly accept them both?
Kassie's decision process screeches to a halt when her soon-to-be ex-husband has a heart attack, forcing her to fly home to Boston. There, she confronts his conniving and deceitful fiancée—a woman who wants not just a ring on her finger but everything that belongs to Kassie. In the ensuing battle to protect what's legally and rightfully hers, Kassie discovers that sometimes it's what's not true that can set you free.
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Taylor is back and better than the first with this sequel to What’s Not Said. I absolutely loved WNS and knew I couldn’t wait to get my hands on this one. And, let me tell you, I flew through this one and loved every second of this page turner!
Taylor brings Mike and Kassie back as they near the finalization of their divorce. I felt myself once again being drawn to the drama that is their life. There were ups, there were downs, there were new revelations, and secrets, revealed. Things just might not be what they thought.
Following their story once again has me falling in love with these characters all over again. I felt every confused emotion, every loving emotion, every unsure moment that Kassie and Mike both felt. Taylor completely made me feel as if I was right there in the center, once again.
This is most definitely a 5 star worthy novel. It’s page turning, heart capturing, breath taking. While this could be considered a stand alone, I do not recommend reading it as such. I highly recommend reading this behind What’s Not Said, to fully experience the beautiful, captivating writing style of Valerie Taylor, and these beautiful characters.