Secrets of the Suburbs Alisa Schindler

Today guys I am here with a review for the book secrets of the suburbs.

About the Book
Secrets of the Suburbs is
the story of Lindsey, a 42 year-old suburban mom who seems to have it all –
doctor husband, two great kids, satisfying part-time work; all the spin
classes, shopping and lunches she can fit into her busy schedule. 
But when a drunken moment with her friend’s
husband opens up a well of desire, excitement and emotion that she didn’t even
know existed, it throws her perfectly perfect life into turmoil. Because as
Lindsey opens her heart and body to this forbidden passion; her eyes open as
well, and she is forced to take a closer look at her life, her marriage and

Already her friends are starting to whisper, her
husband is growing suspicious and there is a Secrets of the Shore Facebook page
that just may be talking about her. 

Will Lindsey stay in her safe, pretty world with
her seemingly perfect husband who just might have secrets of his own, or will
she break every rule and follow her heart? 

Whatever she decides, she’d better figure it out
fast because in small town suburbia nothing stays secret for very long. 

Sexy and engaging, with characters who seem like
friends and issues that make you think about marriage, satisfaction and the
lines we draw, Secrets of the Suburbs is the perfect book to curl up with next
to your (sweet) snoring husband.

Received this book for review from CLP Blog tours thank you again Samantha for the opportunity to read this.
I enjoyed this. This kept me hooked from the very first page and was engrossed to the very end. I loved the characters and this book made me think about various topics such as marriage which is something that I don’t think about seeing as I am only 21. the premise of this story was interesting and I can’t wait to read more from this author in the future

About the Author

Alisa Schindler is a SAHM of three boys and wife to Mr. Baseball. In between schlepping to the ball fields and burning cupcakes, she chronicles the sweet and bittersweet of life in the suburbs on her blog Her essays have been featured online in the Washington Post, NYT, Scary Mommy, Kveller, Parents, Brain, Child, and Good Housekeeping, among others. Random nights, she can be found hiding in the closet with a pint of ice cream and a good book.



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