This is my first novel and I found it a real treat not just in writing it, but actually finishing it. Writing My Husband’s Sin was a real learning curve for me. I had written short stories up until I got the idea for the novel, so going the complete journey of the book showed me just how much I could do with my writing. I learnt discipline and acceptance. Discipline in that I had to sit and write each day, the story begged to be told. Acceptance in that although I had a very good idea of how I thought it would go, well, the characters thought differently, so they told me their story and that’s the one in My Husband’s Sin.
The Taylor family in my novel are like any other family living on your street, maybe even next door. Secrets abound behind closed doors but when they are revealed when you are at your most vulnerable, well it just knocks you over for sure. Find out the Taylor’s secret and how or if they manage to get back on their feet when all is revealed.
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Mary T Bradford
Following Lillian Taylor’s burial, her four loving adult children assemble for the reading of her will. For the youngest sibling, Lacey, life is about to come crashing down as a deep secret is revealed. Her grief mixed with anger leaves her questioning the life she knew and needing answers if she is ever to find happiness again. The fall-out affects every member and they struggle to regain the happy family unit they once shared. Can the siblings come together and learn how to handle this revelation without splitting the family?