Scorned

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Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Dear Jon,

I can only imagine how distraught you must feel sitting in your cell, wondering where it all went wrong, and hoping to hold on to the life that we had worked so hard to build – only to watch it shatter before you.

Despite all that has happened between us, I will always and forever believe in your innocence. No one will ever convince me that you are guilty of killing her. More

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Words: 64,940
Language: English
ISBN: 9780982764923
About Gwendolyn Graves

Gwendolyn Graves was born in Illinois, spent her elementary years in California, and is proud to call the Arkansas River Valley her home -- where she lives with her husband and four sons.

SCORNED is her debut novel. THE FALL OF MAN is her second book.

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Review by: Connie Rutter on Oct. 31, 2011 :
SCORNED by Gwendolyn Graves was given to me for review by the author. I downloaded to my Kindle and it is 448KB.

Brief Description:

In the midst of her husband's bid for re-election, Meredith Swanson discovers that he has secrets -- the kind that could cost him his U.S. Senatorial seat if they ever got out.

With Election Day drawing nearer and her husband's poll numbers plummeting, Meredith rebels in a gamble for all or nothing.

SCORNED is a provacative novel about a senator's wife that shatters her cookie-cutter mold.

This book was a fast and easy read with a very good plot line. You can definitely identify with Meredith in this book for the most part. At times she appears to be a very nice and caring person and at other times she appears to be a nutcase. Trying to figure out just which one she really is, seemed to be the premise for this book in my opinion.

Ms Graves did not spend a lot of time expanding on any particular character except for Meredith and her Senator husband. Really, you didn't know the Senator all that well, but you could certainly draw conclusions. I liked this about the story, because I don't really care to hear what everyone is wearing and how they have their hair done. I care about the plot and what the actual story is and not all the descriptive details unless it is a reason for the plot.

I think the book could have been better edited, but I am not sure whether that is because of the way it was translated to the Kindle format or it just wasn't edited properly. This does distract a bit. I felt there were some grammatical errors as well as some sentence structures that could have been better. However, it was still a quick and easy read with a good story.

I am giving this 4 out of 5 stars because I believe editing is part of the final product to the consumer. I am sure that Ms Graves has a brilliant future in writing and I wish her continued success.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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