#Bookreview for reality fiction novel Burnt Promises by Brenda Perlin @BrooklynandBo #divorce

Burnt Promises

Burnt Promises is the second book in the Brooklyn and Bo Chronicles and charts the conflicts involved in two marriage breakups told in the voice of the one who was ‘the other woman.’

There are some who will have little sympathy with this character, she even brands herself as the home wrecker, which I fear has done nothing for her own self-esteem. But, as we know it always takes two and I’m a strong believer in the fact that you can’t break up a happy marriage. You can only hope that when marriages do break up it’s for the right reasons and that when the dust eventually settles the couple, after all the pain of divorce, manage to make a happy and successful life together. I can’t tell you what the outcome is for this couple, for fear of spoilers, but I will be putting the third book on my to-be-read pile to complete the story.

This is an easy to read book and bravely written by the author as this is her first-hand experience told in faction style. It recounts her personal struggles with her health as well as the situation she found herself in and really portrays just what an emotionally exhausting time it all was.

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About Georgia Rose

Georgia Rose is a writer and the author of The Grayson Trilogy books: A Single Step, Before the Dawn and Thicker than Water. Following completion of the trilogy she has been asked for more and so has written a short story based on a favourite character from the series. Therefore, the latest to join the stable is The Joker and for the first time all her books are available free, with Kindle Unlimited. Georgia has just begun work on her fourth novel, this time it’s a standalone seductively called Project A ever since she found out that the name she wanted for it has been taken for a book about a less than savoury character who has dominated the news for the last few years…so it’s back to the drawing board on that one! She has also recently started running workshops and providing one-to-one support for those wishing to learn how to self-publish and you can find her, under her real name, at www.threeshirespublishing.com. Georgia’s background in countryside living, riding, instructing and working with horses has provided the knowledge needed for some of her storylines; the others are a product of her overactive imagination! Following a long stint working in the law Georgia set up her own business providing administration services for other companies which she does to this day managing to entwine that work along with her writing. Her busy life is set in a tranquil part of rural Cambridgeshire where she lives with her much neglected husband, son and two dogs. Her daughter, having delighted them all for long enough, has eventually moved out and taken her extensive cushion collection with her.
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7 Responses to #Bookreview for reality fiction novel Burnt Promises by Brenda Perlin @BrooklynandBo #divorce

  1. Brenda Perlin says:

    Thank you Georgia. Appreciate your honest review. And no spoilers. Haha. Some people tell the whole story!!! I do not care for that. 🙂

  2. E. L. Lindley says:

    A great review, G. I really enjoyed this book as well 😀

  3. Christoph Fischer says:

    This one is my favourite in the series. Brenda tells a good story, all the more poignant as I understand that there are some real stories behind this.
    Brenda makes some very valid points about divorce, dignity, blame, homewrecking and making the best of a situation.
    Read without prejudice and enjoy!

    • Georgia Rose says:

      I totally agree Christoph, read with an open mind for we never know what some else goes through until we walk in their shoes, and Brenda does a great job of showing us the points she makes. Thanks for stopping by 🙂

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