Skeletons Beyond the Closed Doors

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Nanette Buchanan
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September 21, 2010
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Walking away from her marriage, Sage Drakeford is determined to move on without disclosing her husbands indiscretions. When their daughter suggests they bring a guest, Sage begins to panic. Brian has moved on, continuing his life and spicing up his love interests. Sages fears become more than she imagines as the wedding date quickly approaches.

Brian and Sage Drakeford were living their life as a loving couple and devoted parents until Sage caught her husband cheating. Seven years after their divorce, Sage Monroe Drakeford finds it hard to love again. As skeletons from her husband's past resurface, Brian desperately wants to remain a part of his family's life. After meeting a client who expresses his feelings for her and his knowledge of her husband's secrets, Sage fights to ignore her emotional attachment. It is apparent, Brian has moved on and jealousy becomes a reason for Sage to consider dating. Just as she decides Brian is not worth her putting her life on hold, his indiscretions become more than she is willing to accept. Sage is caught between ruining Brian's relationships with family, business and friends, and moving on with a new love, and forgetting the past. Sage's decision and Brian's choices will change their lives forever. Once it is decided that a marriage is over and the love begins to fade, one begins to forget and sometimes forgive. This novel puts a twist on the aftermath of a failed marriage; a marriage that died long before they let go. Rekindling as a family may mean accepting the shame, fault and guilt that separated them in the first place. A task that requires going beyond the closed doors.

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