Another Woman’s Man by Carrie-Ann Schless
I don’t read a lot of romantic fiction, but Another Woman’s Man by Carrie-Ann Schless, published by Crooked Cat Books was recommended to me so I picked it up to read over the holidays. It is an excellent read with a depth and breadth of emotions and characters being explored in a most challenging way. I did not know what to expect as I had not read anything else by this author before, but I enjoyed the story.
Another Woman’s Man was a fairly short but it had a depth that I did not expect. The main character of Casey overcame personal problems that would have floored a lesser person. These issues were not swept under the carpet, but they were fully and sensitively explored.
Casey’s relationships form the core of the book, as one relationship ends and she seeks a new life partner. After she meets Danny her key dilemma is whether a future with Danny would work. Neither she, nor the reader is allowed to fully trust Danny.
Casey had good banter with her close friend, Kat and some of the scenes made me laugh out loud, where in others, I felt Casey’s pain.
I do not want to include any spoilers in this review, because Another Woman’s Man is a book well worth reading for yourself.