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Mrs Osmond

Surprising, and fully enjoyable go be savoured when you’re in for quite a ride. This is a tale about a woman who wishes to seek her freedom and she will spare no expense to get it. And to that end I liked her, she wanted revenge but it was never to destroy the person.

It was simply to be free of them. And Isabel, had the right intention in mind. She simply wanted to be able to divorce her husband and pursue what she thought was right, and well I can’t blame her.

Her husband is indeed the scumbag who deserves what he has at the end of the day. As much as Serena Merle did. And well, I cannot fault her for falling into this. She was barely a girl when they married and often persuaded that it was the best course of action.

But when she found out what her husband did and what she was really to him (he basically was a gold digger), I liked her attitude.

That is really all there is to this book. Conversations about the way that men handle affairs and when children are the product of them. And well, the way that she treats Pansy. Pansy, who she treats as a pitiful child who should be given another chance at life.

Overall, this is the sort of book that you should read if you want a likeable main character who is seeking justice for herself. And well, at least she isn’t crying or putting her fate in another’s hands. This is truly her tale, and well the ladies are the stars of this novel.

Rating: 4 out of 5

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