Bestselling author Eileen Goudge turns up the heat in a passionate drama of secrets and deadly betrayal. On the eve of their fortieth 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. The three Seagrave daughters must confront a tangle of family lies in the wake of this shocking tragedy: 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.
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Setting: Miramonte, California--present day.
Sensuality Rating: 6
Following the success of her previous novels (Garden of Lies and Thorns of Truth), bestselling author Eileen Goudge's One Last Dance introduces readers to four women, Lydia Seagrave and her three daughters. Daphne, a successful novelist, is married to a doctor and mother of two children; Kitty, proprietor of a bakery in their hometown of Miramonte, California, hungers to have a baby; and Alex, the youngest, a divorced realtor, struggles to make ends meet while raising twins. On the eve of her 40th wedding anniversary, Lydia, who loves her husband enormously, picks up a gun and kills him. Straining to make sense of the tragedy, the sisters must face the lies hidden behind their image as an idyllic family. In the process, they must confront deceptions at the heart of each of their lives. Eileen Goudge paints a portrait of four women striving to build real and honest lives by challenging a sometimes-painful reality. --Alison TrinkleFrom the Inside Flap:
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