Divorce Decree by Nesly Clerge

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Can you enjoy a read where the characters are irritating?  Well, in this case, I could.  Jake and Stephanie know how to push each other’s buttons – in the positive and negative ways!  As much as I wanted to slap them, they kept me reading.  This was one of those books where I found myself talking to the characters – Really Jake? Again?  You know what she is going to do!  Stephanie are you kidding me, put on your big girl panties! And round and round it went.

The author did a great job of reflecting the highs, lows, and middles of a long term relationship/marriage between two not perfect people.

I also liked the Prologue from 2018.  It hooked me so much that I did not even mind the jump back to 2001 and slow progression forward.  I knew what was coming – or at least I thought I did!

This is the second book I have read by this Indie Author, and again he presents a well polished and professional read.  Learn more about this author and all his books HERE!  

SUMMARY

TILL DEATH DO US PART. When Jake Adams uttered those words to his wife, Stephanie, he had an entirely different intention in mind. Industrious, determined, dedicated, devoted to his wife and children, he plans to give her, and them, the world. What Jake lacked in education, he made up for with willingness to learn and work hard so as to reap the rewards. In the end, it paid off—or so he believed. Stephanie should have been happy. And after all they went through together—the scares, dares, jobs, babies, successes, failures, lovers, separations, and second chances, why isn’t she content? What will it take? What is it that she wants him to do? As he struggles to discern truth from lies, it becomes a matter of being dead wrong or dead right. Find out who gets what’s deserved in this latest novel of emotional twists and turns by Nesly Clerge.

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