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Publisher's Summary

Best-selling author Eileen Goudge turns up the heat in a passionate drama of secrets and deadly betrayal.

On the eve of their 40th wedding anniversary, the Seagraves are among the most envied couples in their community, and still deeply in love - until the night Lydia Seagrave picks up a gun and shoots her husband.

Confronting a tangle of family lies in the wake of this shocking tragedy are the three Seagrave children: Daphne, in love with the D.A. who's prosecuting her mother; Alex, determined to vindicate her father; and Kitty, just as determined to vindicate her mother.

As the devastated sisters come together to unravel the truth about their family, they must also face the lies and betrayals in which they've unknowingly taken part. They must rebuild from their shattered illusions a life that is honest - even at the risk of pain.

©2008 Eileen Goudge (P)2008 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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  • IsabelS
  • 17-11-2019

Wonderful listen!

Loved the storyline and all the twists and turns. Eileen Goudge one of my new favourite authors .

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  • Wendy
  • 07-08-2019

Excellent

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Good characters that I did not want to say 'goodbye' to. The story was excellent with just enough suspense. I am grateful to have found a new author I really enjoy.

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  • babs
  • 04-08-2018

One Last Dance

One Last Dance was exciting after several pages. Then it was hard to put down. The more you read, the more you wanted to read. Very interesting plot twist. I highly recommend this book. I will read it again in a year or so. I loved it.

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  • Laurie
  • 29-08-2008

Sit it out

This book sounded so promising - yet what a disappointment!! The author is so sappy - characters like Johnny and Kitty utter things like "Oh, thank goodness you've come!" and "Whatever happened to Daddy?" and other outdated, nonsensical remarks. Just imagine June murdering Ward Cleaver - what should have been a gritty, nuanced book just sounds ridiculous penned by this author. Don't get me started about the love scenes - "she wept, and he held her gently...". Good grief! Plus the narrator should be reading happy children's books. Just a really bad listen all around.

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  • SMATTHEWS
  • 20-08-2020

it was pretty good

I enjoyed it, but.... it was kind of all over the place. jumping around from one sister to the other randomly. I saw the ending a mile away.

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  • TC
  • 17-07-2018

It was okay

This was an 11 hour listen with good narration. There are quite a few characters, and I wasn’t drawn in enough to remember who was who until close to the end. It held my attention enough to finish it, and I prefer longer audible books because I get more for my money. Some characters were at least reasonably likable, others not so much. The narration was the best part of the book as far as I’m concerned. It’s not likely I’ll ever think about this book again, nor remember it a month from now. I doubt I’ll read another novel by this author.

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