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Wednesday, July 8, 2015

the truth is not at all what she expects - A Stunning Accusation by Sarahbeth Caplin

Adelaide Scott is a 25-year-old relationship advice columnist for Stunning! Magazine. Her new boyfriend, Jordan Johnson, is a renowned photographer for Sports Unlimited. Their relationship seems perfect, until his ex-girlfriend confronts them at a bar – and accuses Jordan of raping her, turning their world upside down. 


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Published: July 6th, 2015 

Adelaide Scott is a 25-year-old relationship advice columnist for Stunning! Magazine. Her new boyfriend, Jordan Johnson, is a renowned photographer for Sports Unlimited. Their relationship seems perfect, until his ex-girlfriend confronts them at a bar – and accuses Jordan of raping her, turning their world upside down. 

It doesn’t help that her best friend and editor, Kiersten Sharp, sees rape as a black-and-white issue, with no shades of doubt. Addie is about to discover that the truth – in all its forms – is complicated, and not at all what she expects.

"I was immediately sucked into the story and didn't want to put it down because Adelaide, her doubts and quest for the truth stayed in my head, always letting me know that there was more to read, more layers of this story to unfold. This is a novel that is one of those in which you discover more little details and fine points each time you reread it." - Goodreads, MaryAnn

About the author:
Sarahbeth Caplin is the author of three novels and a memoir, Confessions of a Prodigal Daughter, which ranked #51 in Amazon’s top 100 books on personal growth in May 2015. She lives in Colorado with her husband and kittens, and is working on an MFA in Creative Writing at Colorado State.

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