Breach of Faith by Andrea Hughes
Homosexual husband, erotic dreams about another man, suspect pregnancy and problems escalating out of control; the story of Kate’s life. And don’t forget the ghosts.
His breath was hot on her neck, his hand now running down the length of her spine, holding her close. The towel forgotten, she put her arms around him, her head tilted back, the muscles of his shoulders tense beneath her palms.
Thirty four year old Kate Robson has a nice life in Australia; nice husband, nice house, nice job. But her imagination is bored. So when she discovers her husband with another man, all hell breaks loose inside her head, creating a steamy dream-affair with a sexy baker. But when Kate confuses reality with her erotic dream world, it all begins to tumble down around her.
Follow Kate as she makes bad decision after bad decision, gets pregnant – but who’s the father? – runs away, all the way to England, and meets up with an old boyfriend; someone she hasn’t seen in almost twenty years. A man with a horrifying secret of his own.
Breach of Faith is a hilarious and tear-jerking look at one woman attempting to fight the world she lives in … and almost losing everything.
- Classification: Moderate
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- First submitted Jan. 16, 2010
- Last updated Jan. 16, 2010
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