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The description of this book sounded quite promising, however the reality is the complete opposite. This book was a tedious read, it didn’t grip me and I was glad when I finished it. Unfortunately I will not be reading this again and I definitely wouldn’t recommend it.
A Perfect Marriage' is a compelling read. The irony of the title is soon apparent, as we learn how Sally Lachlan's early marriage unravelled.
The time slip element is very effective. We move between the present where Sally is hoping for a new start with attractive geneticist Anthony Blake, and fielding questions from her daughter Charlie about what happened to her father, and the past where the dark truth about her marriage is gradually and shockingly revealed. It's an emotional story, and I found myself desperately hoping Sally would have another chance for her 'happy ever after.'