Years ago, many years ago, some things in the household were not spoken about, to be honest, I blinds eye was turned. It's a shame that something like this still goes on today.
The book tackles selfishness, greed, somewhat golddigging, neediness, controlling, ego, and the list goes on and on. The main character in this book which is a male would make you want to come through the pages and strangle him. His cockiness and his ego is enough to make you want to throw up, along with the dirty deeds that he does. His wife, who is so needy and trusting, along with unsuspecting makes you want to just slap her. In the interim he has made his step-daughter to be just as needy and trusting as her mother.
As I continue to read more and more of the book, I found myself shaking my head in disbelief and screaming at my Nook. I know that's funny but I was just that mad at the characters. This book comes to life and it may hit home for some people. I commend the author Barbara Grovner on this story. It took a lot of courage to write a story such as like this. I do see this book being turned into a movie, yes, it's just that powerful.
Thank you Barbara Grovner for having the courage to bring a subject such as this to the forefront. This book can be purchased on Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com for the Kindle and the Nook. I suggest you obtain your copy today.
Until Next Time,
Jeane' Elliott Bennett