19 Myths About Cheating: A Novella

19 Myths About Cheating: A Novella

by Randy Susan Meyers

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Overview

"Of course, it began with a man. Aren't troubles with men a woman's daily bread? Worse yet, I was sleeping with the trouble and he wasn't my husband-a secret as undeserved as cruel. Adam's marriage crimes were cold but not savage, and certainly not worthy of infidelity."Isabelle needs one good reason to shave her legs with joy. Her husband broods over cholesterol, white flour, and his dental patients; her nervous eight-year-old son worries about everything, and her teen-aged daughter thinks Isabelle is an embarrassment.Isabelle begins her affair for many reasons-her husband treats her as an employee, her daughter turns more sour each day, and she feels she's holding onto pretty by her teeth. But the lust isn't worth the guilt, and when her daughter strikes up an unexpected friendship with the daughter of her lover, Isabelle's two worlds approach a devastating collision.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781732093607
Publisher: Brooklyn Girl Books
Publication date: 05/21/2018
Pages: 212
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.45(d)

About the Author

The drama of Randy Susan Meyers' internationally bestselling novels is informed by over twenty years working with criminal offenders and families impacted by emotional and physical violence.

The Widow of Wall Street, described by Publisher's Weekly as "An engaging and sharp reflection of the rapid changes in marital dynamics over the course of the 20th century, as well as a cautionary tale about the dangers and allure of ambition in the heyday of Wall Street" was a New York Post, Refinery 29, and PopSugar Pick.

Associate Press called the novel "compelling."

Two previous novels, The Murderer's Daughters and Accidents of Marriage were finalists for the Mass Book Awards (2010 & 2015) and included as a "Must Read Book" by the Massachusetts Council of the Book, who wrote, "The clear and distinctive voice of Randy Susan Meyers will have you enraptured and wanting more."

The Boston Globe called Meyers' second novel, The Comfort of Lies "Sharp and biting, and sometimes wickedly funny when the author skewers Boston's class and neighborhood dividing lines, but it has a lot of heart, too."

Choosing Accidents of Marriage as a People "Pick of The Week," the magazine wrote, "This novel's unsparing look at emotional abuse and its devastating consequences gives it gravity and bite, while a glimpse into a physically damaged mind both surprises and fascinates."

The Murderer's Daughters, deemed a "Knock-out Debut" by the LA Times was a nationwide Target Book Club pick.

Raised in Brooklyn, New York, Randy now lives in Boston with her husband and is the mother of two grown daughters. She teaches writing seminars at Boston's Grub Street Writers' Center and at Writer in Progress in Northampton, MA. There are currently thirty-six foreign editions of her novels.

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