#BlogTour #Review ~ One Day in December by @sharilow @Aria_Fiction

By the stroke of midnight, a heart would be broken, a cruel truth revealed, a devastating secret shared, and a love betrayed. Four lives would be changed forever, One Day in December.

One morning in December…

Caro set off on a quest to find out if her relationship with her father had been based on a lifetime of lies.

Lila decided today would be the day that she told her lover’s wife of their secret affair.

Cammy was on the way to pick up the ring for the surprise proposal to the woman he loved.

And Bernadette vowed that this was the day she would walk away from her controlling husband of 30 years and never look back.

One day, four lives on a collision course with destiny…

Available on Netgalley

Buy links:  Amazon UK  Kobo  iBooks  Google Play

Shari’s previous books are out now! Amazon UK

About the Author

Shari lives in Glasgow and writes a weekly opinion column and Book Club page for a well-known newspaper. She is married to a very laid-back guy and has two athletic teenage sons, who think she’s fairly embarrassing, except when they need a lift.



My Review

This is one of those books where you have to set aside a bit of relaxation time so you can focus fully on all the characters. All the events take place in a very short space of time, over one day in fact.

It highlights just how much of our lives are influenced either by coincidence, karma or self infliction. It covers so many relationships, twists and turns, all outcomes based on certain decisions. Secrets are uncovered and people betrayed.

I liked the steady writing style all the characters are believable but not necessarily likeable. Some of the antics were very much in the ‘what are you doing!’ league but it makes for an entertaining story.

Of all the people involved I probably enjoyed reading about Lila the most, she wasn’t the nicest but had something to keep the reader either cheering or booing her!

One Day in December is an enjoyable story if you like a drama to get to grips with and be a fly on the wall of human dilemmas.

My thanks to the author, publisher and netgalley for my copy which I read and reviewed voluntarily.

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