Quinn

Is her whole life a lie…?

Ellie and Quinn Peters are happy newlyweds, ready to embark on their new life together. 

However, their happily ever after is turned upside down when Ellie’s Aunt Columba drops them a visit.

She remarks on how similar Quinn is to Ellie’s mother’s first husband – the famous sixties pop-star The Mighty Rich of the Coinmakers.

The statement sparks an upheaval of the past as there seems to be an unsettling connection between Quinn and Ellie’s deceased half-brother Marcus.

A brother who she thought had died in childhood…

But Ellie and Quinn soon find that there may be more to the story and a web of family secrets soon start to emerge.

Can they track down what really happened to Marcus all those years ago? 

Will they be able to uncover who he really is and why he’s clouded in secrecy? 

Faced with the prospect that her entire life has been a lie, can Ellie separate the truth from the spiraling web of lies and deceit?

She would give anything to get her perfect life back, but once the truth is out there’s no going back…



Quinn is a literary soap opera that has everything from questionable marriages to a husband that may be his wife’s long lost brother. I have to admit sometimes the story was a little hard to follow because there were so many subplots and tons of characters it was hard to keep track of how each person fit into the story.

 The writing was good so you could see where each setting was taking place, adding historical elements like Woodstock and getting to listen to a character describe what it was like to be there and why it occurred was fun.

 The main characters you got to know very well, understand their motivations and backgrounds. It took me a while to get through this not because it’s a bad book but because there was so much to it.

 Thank you to Netgalley and Endeavour Press for allowing me to review this book.

 Buy on Amazon: http://a.co/iZGeyNL

*synopsis and pic from netgalley.com

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