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  • Keywords
    • Betrayal novel,
    • Romance novel,
    • Affair novel,
    • Marital affair novel,
    • Steamy romance,
    • Revenge romance,
    • Contemporary romance

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The Cul-de-Sac
No Way Out
by C.A.Harradine

Welcome to the cul-de-sac, situated in England in 1968. Life is freer than in the post war 50s, but not for everyone. Bored with her marriage, Patty carries on a string of affairs, which she calls her “projects”. Dan, her husband, a hard working businessman, finally finds what love is, when he falls for Karen, his work colleague; but is happiness achievable? When a house goes up for sale in their cul-de-sac, Charles, an ambitious, abusive social climber and his dowdy, browbeaten wife, Claire, move in; Patty immediately makes Charles the target of one of her amorous “projects.” As the two families become increasingly intertwined while simultaneously being pulled apart, it’s only a matter of time before life on their formerly quiet cul-de-sac explodes in a storm of revelations that will change all of their lives, and that of their two respective innocent children, forever. Meet the residents of the cul-de-sac, get to know them and their lives. Go behind the respectable facade of their neat houses and lace curtains, to the deceit, infidelity and cruelty. Feel the hurt and pain of these families and as events unfold in front of you, their characters will seep into your imagination until the very last page.

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Carol Harradine was born and educated in Yorkshire. She lived in London and Cambridge, where she worked as a senior personnel officer at Cambridge University before she and her husband immigrated to Canada in 1990. She lives on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada.



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