Tell Me No Lies – Lisa Hall

Feminisia Libros Reviews

“Don’t. Trust. Anyone.  It was supposed to be a fresh start.  A chance to forget the past and embrace the future.  But can you ever really start again?  Or does the past follow you wherever you go…”

Moving house to the other side of London with a new baby on the way is a fresh start for Steph and Mark, after Mark’s recent heart breaking affair with another woman.  New home, new friends, new life.  Steph having recently found out she was pregnant with their second child is slightly apprehensive about the move, especially with five-year old son Henry just starting school, but meeting next door neighbour Laurence and across the street Lila soon puts Steph’s fears to bed.  They are so welcoming and supportive, exactly the type of people Steph needs around her.  She has had a tough time over the years, the black hole of postnatal depression…

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