Same Old Truths

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Same Old Truths

Same Old Truths Ever since her ex husband Dave abruptly left town with the woman who helped break up her marriage Kay Manning has worked hard to provide a sense of stability and new normal for her two girls With

  • Title: Same Old Truths
  • Author: Delora Dennis
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 174
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Ever since her ex husband, Dave, abruptly left town with the woman who helped break up her marriage, Kay Manning, has worked hard to provide a sense of stability and new normal for her two girls With the help of a challenging and oftentimes, wacky job as an apprentice funeral director, Kay is proud she has survived and thrived.Now, seven years later, Kay s stable worlEver since her ex husband, Dave, abruptly left town with the woman who helped break up her marriage, Kay Manning, has worked hard to provide a sense of stability and new normal for her two girls With the help of a challenging and oftentimes, wacky job as an apprentice funeral director, Kay is proud she has survived and thrived.Now, seven years later, Kay s stable world is rocked again by Dave s unexpected return and eager desire to resume his role as Dad But instead of the smooth co parenting relationship Dave promises, Kay finds herself having to navigate around all the trap doors created by the old, familiar gap between what Dave says and what he does.Can Kay find a way to push past her disappointment and unresolved feelings for Dave and finally move on with her life

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    One thought on “Same Old Truths

    1. Christoph Fischer on said:

      "Same Old Truths (The Reluctant Avenger)" by Delora Dennis is a good family / divorce drama with great character development and some bite. Single mother Kay has to deal with her ex-husband's return to the neighbourhood with a decrease in his allimony payments. Struggling with her job at a mortuary while keeping busy with being a good and responsible mom her life is already tough enough, let alone court battles and single meetings.Dennis shows brilliantly how Kay gradually finds the confidence t [...]

    2. Juliane Romero on said:

      What a roller coaster ride! Warm, funny, frustrating, sad, funny again and then finally.tisfying! Brings together subjects that we all seem to avoid, but does so in the most endearing way. It's a must read for anyone who has believed in someone that didn't deserve it.

    3. Me on said:

      327 pages of poor self worth, but still a fun rideLots of guffaws with morgue life in between, or was it the other way around? All the way through, I was screaming at my Kindle for someone to give this woman some balls. I was on the verge of writing her a note to answer "yes" to her question, "Do I have stupid written across my forehead?," regarding her douche of an ex before remembering she was a character in a book. That's how mad I was and that's how wrapped up I got, which means great storyt [...]

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