Elizabeth O'Connell became the "other woman" when she found out her husband had another wife -- and she wasn't even the first! When he left her to return to his first wife and his hometown, Elizabeth followed, determined to let their kids be near their father. Now divorced and trying to make a go of life on her own, she decides to open a chocolate shop. But when she relies on senatorial aide Carter Hudson for help, she finds out that maybe they can heal together. The Other Woman (4), by Brenda Novak, is a heartwarming story about love the second time around. The novel is made a bit more interesting by the addition of vandalism at Elizabeth's chocolate shop.
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Alexandra Kay