Wednesday, August 8, 2018

The Story of A Man And the Other Woman

I'm thrilled to find this review, written by book reviewer Aurora Dawn, for my Women's Fiction novel and first-in-the-series, My Own Voice.
Check it out:

on August 6, 2018
This touching and often painful story chronicles the life of a young girl captivated by an older man who is obsessed by the wife he loved and lost to Alzheimers. Told as a first person memoir from the girl's point of view, this story has the same lyrical quality I've come to expect of Poznansky's work. Lenny, the broken and obsessive husband, Anita, the wife and Ben, Lenny's son by his first wife engage in the kind of psychological struggle only a family can, haunted always by the lingering ghost of his first wife Natasha.
This story, like most great dramas, isn't always easy read, but you'll find yourself unable to leave it alone and these characters will stay with you long after you've finished it.

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