The Truth About Eve (An Eve Sumptor Novel)

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Eve Sumptor is back. This time she is facing her toughest opponent yet. Herself.

After a passionate affair, Eve Sumptor and Lainey Stanton had difficult choices to make. One chose fear, the other gave in to guilt. As the consequences of those decisions begin to come to light, both women must find a new direction.

Will their paths once again come together?

Or have they missed their chance?

You met Eve and Lainey in Something About Eve. You watched them suffer in Flawed Perfection. You’ve followed Eve’s therapy sessions online. Now, see where every decision leads the two women. Were they meant to be together? Or will life keep tearing them apart?

Intended for 18+ audience due to mature content. This audiobook contains scenes that may be a trigger to some people.

1 review for The Truth About Eve (An Eve Sumptor Novel)

  1. Lisa C

    “Art is never a guarantee. Make sure that the people in your life are.”

    “Decisions are a strange thing. What you think is the right decision at the moment could turn out to be the worst decision you’ve ever made.”

    “No one should strive to be someone else. Only the best version of themselves. Even in their flaws, there is perfection.”

    This is the third book in the Eve Sumptor series. It could be read as a standalone, but it is much better to read the previous two books, “Something About Eve” and “Flawed Perfection” to get the depth of the relationship between Eve and Lainey. The therapy sessions with Dr. Woodrow really show us into Eve’s inner turmoil.

    Jourdyn Kelly does a wonderful job showing a myriad of emotions both individually as well as within the relationships. In the first two books, Eve battled some incredible demons. In this book, she is battling her toughest opponent: herself.

    You will laugh, get angry, probably cry, and cheer!

    The success of a book is when the author makes you feel. Jourdyn does an excellent job of making the characters believable. I loved the boys’ development in this book! Bella was adorable!

    Tessa Stavers does a great job capturing the emotions of the characters.

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