On a cold, ordinary February day, Julia Sutton’s complacency shattered. First, her boss at the Department of Health suspended Julia for suspicion of fraud in a financial account for which she was responsible. When she rushed home for help from her attorney husband, he handed her a manila envelope she knew contained divorce papers and walked out.
She did not commit fraud, but Ryan’s departure was her fault. All the years of hard work building her successful career was her excuse not to have the children Ryan wanted. But it was a sham, a lie.
Devasted but determined, Julia knew what she had to do. Tell the truth about the secret she had held in her heart for seven years. First, she would return to Cape Cod, where the lies began.
Praise for Gerri LeClerc’s novels
“I’m enjoying The French Revelation. Thank you! I needed a good read.”
--Anne Packard, artist
“A Marriage to Die For
is a thrilling and poignant piece of literature that enthralled, entertained, and captivated me from the very first pages.”
--Redheaded Book Lover review
Silent Grace: “This is a superb story, so filled with hope, joy and sorrow, grief, loss and the pain addiction causes, especially for the littlest victims, the children involved. It is the shining story of love and loss and, finally, restoration beyond explanation. Ms. LeClerc is incredibly gifted in her writing abilities. I will never forget this story.”
--Kathleen Marusak, Editor