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As it Seems - cover

As it Seems

Jayne Conway

Publisher: Plain Jayne Ink

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Libby and Ted have been happily married for over twelve years and live a picture perfect life; two beautiful kids, a successful business, a gorgeous home in the suburbs, money, friends, and most importantly, one another. After all these years, they are passionately in love, two of the lucky few - or so Libby believes - until one snowy evening, the unthinkable happens. And she learns...nothing is as it seems.

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