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The Mill House (original 2005; edition 2009)

by Susan Lewis (Author)

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How far would you go to hide the truth? Julia Thayne is a valued and loving wife, a successful mother and a beautiful woman. She is everything most other women strive to be. But beneath the surface is a terrible secret that threatens to tear her perfect world apart. Joshua is Julia's husband - a dynamic, devastatingly handsome man with great style, charisma and humour. He is utterly devoted to his wife and children, but as the ghosts of Julia's past begin to move into their marriage, he finds himself losing the struggle to keep them together. Then two telephone calls change everything. Julia moves from London to a remote mill house in Cornwall, determined to break free from the past and save her fractured relationship with Josh. But it is here that she makes her own fatal mistake, and once more her marriage is rocked to its very foundation ...… (more)
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Title:The Mill House
Authors:Susan Lewis (Author)
Info:Arrow (2009), 512 pages
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Without a doubt one of the most hilarious novels I have ever read!
This is one on its own. There are so many twists and turns in the story, it was hard not to enjoy despite my not being a fan of chicklit.
As stories go, this one is terrible, packed full of clichés and 'Harlequin theatricals' (my favourite part was an illicit affair of a newly separated woman with a toyboy Italian horse rider who recites poetry whilst they make love), however far from predictable, memorable and I have to give credit to the author, both for making me laugh the most I have ever reading a book, and for having such a weird and wonderful imagination! ( )
  kezumi | Jul 6, 2008 |
This story remains a firm favourite of the few Susan Lewis books that I have read.. Probably, because it deals with family issues and two people struggling to keep their marriage together amid accusations of deceit and lies.. Also, Julia has to uncover the truth of her beloved father of whom she had lost contact with since she was a child. ( )
  gogglemiss | Jun 27, 2008 |
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How far would you go to hide the truth? Julia Thayne is a valued and loving wife, a successful mother and a beautiful woman. She is everything most other women strive to be. But beneath the surface is a terrible secret that threatens to tear her perfect world apart. Joshua is Julia's husband - a dynamic, devastatingly handsome man with great style, charisma and humour. He is utterly devoted to his wife and children, but as the ghosts of Julia's past begin to move into their marriage, he finds himself losing the struggle to keep them together. Then two telephone calls change everything. Julia moves from London to a remote mill house in Cornwall, determined to break free from the past and save her fractured relationship with Josh. But it is here that she makes her own fatal mistake, and once more her marriage is rocked to its very foundation ...

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