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“What’s Not True…is an enthralling, character-driven story that will appeal irresistibly to fans of women’s fiction…Taylor’s prose is crystalline…she does not waste words, rather using them to create a tense, nerve-shredder that offers full entertainment to readers.” — Readers’ Favorite 5-star review
With her court date set for her divorce and her plans with the younger man in the rearview mirror, Kassie O’Callaghan shifts attention to reviving her stalled career. But things get complicated when she unexpectedly rendezvous with her former lover in Paris. After a chance meeting there with a colleague and a stroll along Pont Neuf, Kassie receives two compelling proposals. Can she accept them both?
But Kassie’s decision process screeches to a halt when her soon-to-be ex-husband has a heart attack, forcing her to fly home to Boston. There, she confronts his conniving and deceitful fiancée—a woman who wants not just a ring on her finger but everything that belongs to Kassie. In the ensuing battle to protect what’s legally and rightfully hers, Kassie discovers that sometimes it’s what’s not true that can set you free.
Though a standalone novel, What’s Not True is the sequel to What’s Not Said (September 15, 2020).
“Taylor’s prose is crystalline…Compelling, real, and utterly enjoyable.”
— Readers’ Favorite, 5-star review
“A sizzling sequel that stands on its own with quick-witted dialogue, steamy love scenes, and a landslide of secrets and lies—but woven throughout is a tender love story with a heroine you will never forget.”
— DEBRA THOMAS, author of the award-winning novel Luz
“Once again Valerie Taylor draws the reader into a web of love, secrets, infidelity, and all the repercussions that follow. Taylor’s talent for weaving events that produce unexpected outcomes kept me on edge. There was no way for me to predict ‘what’s not true.’”
— HEIDI DANIELE, author of The House Children