Kate Morton is one of my favorite contemporary female writers. After falling in love with The Forgotten Garden, I have read all her other books. I have organized a read-along for The House at Riverton and reviewed here The Distant Hours and The Secret Keeper. She is one of the rare authors I will read blindly, whatever she writes, without a peak at the synopsis or reviews.
So I am thrilled to present to you today her latest novel, The Lake House.
Let me take you on a last trip with Travel The World In Books ReadAThon, this time in England, with 2 audiobooks I talk about in this video.
Forgive the mistakes, this time I seemed to add an s where not needed, and skip when needed!!
The game isn’t over.
Art dealer Marc Perron relocates to London with his lover, singer Sera Durand, to protect her from past mistakes. Blackmailed by a gangster, he must return to Paris, leaving Sera alone and vulnerable. Forging a precious painting may be his only chance at survival, but if he’s found out, the consequences will be deadly.
Without Marc, Sera struggles in an English-speaking country, coming face to face with his lies, his sexual past, and her own misdeeds. Finding a job at a jazz club called ‘Sanctuary’ is anything but, as she is not safe from her new boss, or the disturbing man who spies on her every move.
Once more, the lovers must play the game, but the stakes are higher than they imagined…
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Alyssa Linn Palmer
is a Canadian writer and freelance editor.
She splits her time between a full-time day job,
and her part-time loves,
writing and editing.