The Woman He Loved Before
By Dorothy Koomson
(Grand Central Publishing, Paperback, 9781455507146, 464pp.)
Publication Date: May 14, 2013
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Libby has a nice life with a great job, a gorgeous husband and a big home by the sea. But she's becoming more unsure of Jack's feelings for her - and if he is over the mysterious death of Eve, his first wife.
When fate intervenes in their relationship, Libby decides to find out all she can about the man she hastily married and the seemingly perfect Eve.
Eventually Libby stumbles across some startling truths about Eve. As she begins to unearth more and more devastating secrets, Libby becomes frightened that she too will end up like the first woman Jack loved. . .
Dorothy Koomson wrote her first (unpublished) novel when she was 13 - and has been making up stories ever since. As a journalist she has written for several publications including The Guardian, New Woman and Cosmo. Her eight novels have all spent several weeks on the bestseller lists and have been translated into 30 languages across the world. Her seventh novel, The Ice Cream Girls, has also been adapted for television.
For more information on Dorothy, please visit her website at http://www.dorothykoomson.co.uk/
"THE WOMAN HE LOVED BEFORE is a heartbreaking, poignant, and eye opening novel of two women whose lives become entwined. Do not miss this terrific novel!"—Romance Reviews Today on THE WOMAN HE LOVED BEFORE
"A heart-wrenching novel that deals with a number of important social issues, including the actions of private contractors in war, the treatment of women in the armed services, domestic violence and school bullying."—Kirkus on THE WOMAN HE LOVED BEFORE
"It's a great spin on a conventional romance novel - it's so gripping I couldn't put it down!"—Nicole Scherzinger on THE WOMAN HE LOVED BEFORE
"An intricate tragedy of seduction and abuse, the loss of self and family, and the agonizing path to redemption and absolution. I couldn't put it down. Neither will you."—Antoinette Van Heugten, author of Saving Max on THE ICE CREAM GIRLS
"Goodnight, Beautiful was Cosmo's favourite book of 2008, so we were beyond excited when Dorothy Koomson's latest novel landed on our desk. Another moving and thought-provoking read, this lives up to expectations."—Cosmopolitan on THE ICE CREAM GIRLS