Review: Save Me by Kristyn Kusek Lewis

Save Me
Daphne Mitchell has always believed in cause and effect, right and wrong, and good and bad. The good: her dream job as a doctor; Owen, her childhood sweetheart turned husband; and the beautiful farmhouse they’re restoring together. In fact, most of her life has been good—until the day Owen comes home from work to tell her he’s met someone else.

Heartbroken and stunned by the way her life’s been upended, Daphne musters the will to move forward . . . until a devastating accident changes everything. As Daphne becomes a pillar of support for the man who betrayed her, she’s forced to decide whether forgiveness—and the life she’d planned—is really what’s best for her after all.
Review:
Kristyn Kusek Lewis has created a great novel about the meaning of forgiveness when betrayal by a love one. She has the great ability by creating realistic characters when one face a harsh betrayal. The whole book create such a realistic to reader that it will capture their attention. Daphne has it all in her life that everything changes when her husband told her that he met someone else. Daphne is now face changes in her life. She realize what was going on in her life that not everything was perfect in her marriage. She recognize the faults that she has big decision about weather to continue the marriage or move on. Everyone has to face this decision when a love one betrayal the other. This novels does give true definition on forgiveness when betrayal. 

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