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Regretting It

By Jennifer Chapman

How do you know if you’ve made a mistake?

Three years have elapsed since the long weekend which changed their lives forever. Every single one of them regrets the events of that weekend in one way or another.

Nick and Charlotte, who broke two marriages for the sake of their passion, can scarcely find a word to say to one another. Nick’s ex-wife, his mother-in-law, his son – none of them have quite recovered from his disappearance from their lives. Dan, has tried his best to love Mickey as she loves him, but he cannot shake off memories of Charlotte, the wife who abandoned him for a man he despises and detests.

Now their paths are all destined to cross again in a number of unforeseen ways. Each person will be forced to answer the same question. Was it worth it? All the adultery? the divorcing? In Jennifer Chapman’s clever, sophisticated novel none of the answers are easy or obvious. Love has a million guises and disguises, and marriage is the most complicated of all life’s jigsaw puzzles.

Jennifer Chapman is an award-winning journalist and business editor of the Cambridge Evening News. Chapman is also the author of several contemporary novels, as well as having written non-fiction. She received a Society of Authors award for her book, The Last Bastion.

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