Title: Unspeakable Truths
Author: Alice Tribue
Release Date: September 16, 2014
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Four years ago, my life was everything I wanted it to be: I had everything I wanted, everything I needed, in my best friend and newly wedded husband—Tyler.
Yet, hours after we said "I do," I lost him.
The dreams we'd shared, the future we'd planned—all of our hopes and desires, were ripped away in mere seconds.
And now, four years later, my life still feels like a hopeless eternity.
So, I guess it's quite fitting that the last person I want to hear from is currently standing at my front door.
He wants to tell me the truth about that night, he wants to be my new knight in shining armor, but the thing is…
He was the best man...
About the Author
Alice Montalvo-Tribue lives with her husband and daughter in New Jersey. She has a bachelors degree in communications and is currently working on her masters degree. She spends most of her free time reading, writing, and when the weather permits lounging out on a beach.
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This was my first time reading this author's work and while I did find parts of the story to be predictable, I still enjoyed the book.
I wish the reader could have had a bit more background regarding Everly and Tyler's relationship prior to getting married; for me, I would have understood her grieving so long had I known from the beginning that Tyler was her only lover when he died. Once I learned that, it seemed to make her grief more tangible (at least to me). It was also easy to understand why Everly pretty much hated Luca at the beginning of the story, given the little bit of information she thought was true. I pretty much figured out the secret in the first few chapters when Everly discovered the paper in one of Tyler's books. Once the truth came out, I wasn't sure how the rest of the story would play out, since that was pretty much the end of the angst. There is still one more bit of angst towards the end, but it's never really explained why Tyler's father did what he attempted. Everly isn't his daughter, what gave him the idea he could act like a jackass? But bravo to Morgan and what she did to correct the situation. Overall a good story, one that could be easily be read in just a couple of hours.
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