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Publisher's Summary

You never really know the person you've married...until it's too late.
Pregnant heiress Carmen Winters goes into shock when she comes home to find her husband hanging from a chandelier. Her immediate thoughts concern whether she should snap a photo for social media.
As she gathers her wits, she begins to question the events surrounding her husband's death, and suspect that her estranged sister was the last person to see him alive. Carmen's quest to understand the suicide is complicated by her difficult pregnancy and aggressive advances from her late husband's best friend.
She is determined to soldier through the tragedy, but soon discovers information about her husband that makes her realize her entire life was a lie....
©2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 Loretta Lost (P)2017 Loretta Lost
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5 out of 5 stars
By Tatsumi on 03-03-18

Great book got lost in the narrative

what can I say it was a really great book I don't want to spoil anything but if you're looking for a good story you found it what are you waiting for don't let me decide you decide.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Nunya on 02-09-18

A Tense Thriller

What did you love best about End of Eternity?

I loves the realistic portrayal of numbness that one goes through after being confronted with death.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Carmen. In this book we only really see her raw and hurting, but you can see the powerful person watching from under the traumatized surface.

Which scene was your favorite?

I think it would have to be the initial scene, where she finds her husband's body hanging from the chandelier. She can't handle it and objectifies his corpse is rather poetic ways.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Neither of the above, but I often found myself holding my breath!

Any additional comments?

Couldn't stop listening to find out what really happened to Carmen's husband and why. Watching the way her mind unravels was interesting and made me feel so much for her. Poor girl. The narrator really brought her to life!

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