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Evidence of the Affair audiobook

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Review #1

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I didn\’t know what to expect from this book. I definitely wasn\’t expecting to get so engrossed in such a short book. Usually, short books to hold a lot of substance in them. This isn\’t one of those stories. Even with such a short length, it was a complete story. I would like to see the inbetween with the two couples; how they interact from day to day. However, that isn\’t what this short is about. The friendship that blossoms between these two unsuspecting characters is genuine and heartwarming. I was almost afraid to get to the end. I wasn\’t sure how the author was going to pull off a happily ever after considering… If you are unsure about whether or not to spend your money on this short story, please take my advice and do it. I don\’t think you will be disappointed. I am wondering if this a precursor to the author\’s next release. Maybe, maybe not. I will find out soon enough.


Review #2

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Usually when cheaters are discovered, there is so much anger and hatred and on occasion physical violence. This was a different take on how the cheated on responded.There was heartbreak and disappointment, but the spouse who were being cheated on took on a relationship themselves to cope with what was happening in their lives, which actually turned into an affair of sorts. The way in which the author presented the story in letter form was unique and eye catching. Reading the letters laid out what was happening in both of the relationships with the cheaters and the non-cheaters.I really enjoyed the book and I loved the way in which it ended!


Review #3

Audiobook Evidence of the Affair by Taylor Jenkins Reid

I was so excited to see this short story available on Amazon. I bought it in September and I have no idea why it took me so long to read. Melanie (meltotheany) recently reviewed it and that made me push it up on my TBR. Its a short story that only took about 40 minutes to read. Not only was I sure I would enjoy this because of loving The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo, but it took place in Southern California (mostly San Diego county). I will read just about anything that takes place there and love it just for that reason. Evidence of the Affair is told in letters only. Carrie lives by LA and finds letters to her husband from another woman. This takes place in the 70s, so she doesnt have the options to snoop online like we do now. She looks up the woman and writes a letter to her husband. David lives in Carlsbad with his wife and sons. At first he doesnt believe its his wife, but then he finds evidence, too. Carrie and David continue to write to each other about their marriages and feelings. Each of them wants things to work out with their spouses, but the affair continues. Carrie and Davids friendship grows and they start meeting for lunch. While writing, they both realize things that went wrong in their marriages and they are both willing to fix things to keep the lives they have. Carrie has been suffering from infertility, too. They discuss everything and keep sending the letters they find from their spouses. Things change a lot by the end, but I wont give away what happens. I really enjoyed this friendship and the letters Carrie and David sent. I loved how they shared and made each other better people throughout the friendship. It was a quick read and I found myself wanting more, but I did like how it ended. I gave this book 4 1/2 stars, rounded up to 5 on Goodreads. Warnings for adultery and infertility.


Review #4

Audio Evidence of the Affair narrated by Dara Rosenberg George Newbern James Daniels Julia Whelan

It is funny the crazy things our brains make up to save us from the truth. Told through a series of letters, Carrie and David become friends of sorts because of an affair between their spouses. Its poignant and beautifully written and well worth the read!


Review #5

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Set in the 1970\’s, Carrie Allsop discovers her husband is having an affair through his correspondence letters in his briefcase. Feeling devastated, she writes to the husband of his mistress. An unconventional friendship forms as the two bond over their marital misfortunes. Now, as their friendship forms they question when and how this cycle will end. Once again, Taylor Jenkins Reid creates a masterpiece. This short story, written only in correspondence letters, is absolutely brilliant. Jenkins Reid expertly develops her characters creating a feeling of empathy and kinship towards the duo fallen victim to adultery. I found myself hoping they would begin their own love story. It seems like an impossible task to fully develop characters in such a short story, and in letters nonetheless, but Jenkins Reid did so effortlessly. This quick little story is no light and easy read, but full of love, friendship, and betrayal. Oh yeah, and the end- priceless.


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