The Swallow’s Nest by Emilie Richards

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5-Stars


Sometimes the unpredictability of life can sabotage our best laid plans…..
What would you do if your beloved husband’s mistress showed up at your door during his cancer remission party that you were hosting for him, and thrust their love child into your arms, then left? This is a glimpse into the scene that Lilia Swallow finds herself in. Reeling from this new revelation, Lilia takes refuge with her family in Hawaii, and in doing so receives a few words of wisdom from family members, and her best friend Regan, that gives her the fortitude to return home to California and reconsider her new circumstances. But just when Lilia thinks she can get past the trials that almost destroyed her marriage, life throws a few more curve balls that threaten to derail her future.

Lilia Swallow

Three women. One baby. The Swallow’s Nest takes us into the lives of a wife, a mistress, and a mother-in-law. All desire to lay claim to the child that Lilia’s husband, Graham, fathered with his mistress, Marina. The exploration into each woman’s life exposes emotions that plague each of them—feelings of failure, betrayal, ineptness and unworthiness. Nevertheless, working through those emotions for Toby’s sake is a challenge that each woman is willing to tackle. The question is, which of the three will get him? And will each woman find a way to accept the outcome, and one another?

The Swallow’s Nest was extraordinary. Emilie Richards succeeded in holding my attention through to the conclusion of this 500+ page novel. And the fact that she was capable of doing it without sex scenes, violence or profanity takes real skill.

All of the characters possessed distinct qualities and characteristics that kept me interested in the way their lives would ultimately turn out. I loved how Lilia eventually handled her very difficult situation, and how each of the women comes to recognize the strengths they possess within themselves. Definitely recommended.

Thank you Emilie Richards for a free ARC of The Swallow’s Nest. In exchange I have provided an honest review.

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