There are some things that can’t be left unsaid. If you’re still looking for a last-minute summer holiday read, get yourself a copy of Megan Mayfair’s romance The Things We Leave Unsaid.
On one level, it’s a light, sparky read, peppered with wry asides.
Take this example: Clare, one of the two women at the heart of the story, was a virgin when she married her husband Pete.
Her boss, and new best friend, Tessa, who’s had lots of boyfriends but never been in love, prefers ‘to try before she buys, but then again, she didn’t think she would ever buy – so, sort of try before she leased? Illegal sub-let?’
Okay, not laugh-out-loud funny but it tickled my funny-bone. Continue reading