Honesty has always presented a problem for Caroline.Manipulating situations and navigating around blunders and deceptions have become second nature to Caroline. She could justify every lie she has ever told, and any truth she ever stretched. Honesty and revealing secrets would only keep her from moving forward with her life. What good would it do anyhow? Even all of those bad financial decisions, flawed relationships and questionable life choices seem like child's play compared to being arrested for the solicitation of her husband's murder, and what follows. Could someone figure out Caroline? And what would happen if someone did?...
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With a keen sense of humor, Randi Sherman delivers her third novel, The Truth About Caroline, a fast and entertaining read with plenty of twists and turns. The Truth About Caroline, is the continuation of Caroline Starts Over, published in 2014. Randi's first novel, Paula Takes A Risk, was published in 2012....
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What's a girl to do when she has to navigate the daunting challenges of rebuilding her life ... especially when she has a problem with honesty, and manipulation and lies have been her go to methods of living. In The Truth About Caroline, author Randi M. Sherman weaves a humorous tale that continues the story of Caroline Matthews, who seems to have a penchant for finding trouble. The reader first meets Caroline in Caroline Starts Over, as she is restarting her life after the death of her no good cheating husband. In The Truth About Caroline, Caroline's story continues as her attempt to restart her life comes to a halt when she finds herself arrested for the alleged solicitation of murder-for-hire of her husband. Caroline's story is split into two parts: the murder trial and her attempt to rebuild her life post-acquittal. Author Randi M. Sherman weaves an entertaining story that draws the reader into Caroline's quirky life with a mixture of drama and humor. I absolutely loved the trial portion of the story, the author transports the reader into the courtroom as the drama unfolds, you can't help but get caught up in the action. After Caroline is acquitted of murder, she attempts to rebuild her life by navigating through the challenging trials and tribulations and crazy antics that come with reinventing herself. The reader gets to go along for the ride as Caroline tries to reinvent herself, there is a lot of laugh-out-loud moments intermixed with a sense of reality that keeps the reader guessing how Caroline's life will turn out until the surprising conclusion. The Truth About Caroline is a laugh-out-loud chick lit tale that will keep the reader in stitches. Disclaimer: I received a copy of the book from the author / publisher in exchange for my honest review.