Release date: 9/10/19
About The Book:
Hannah and Will Abbott define the American dream: two kids, a home in the suburbs, and a seemingly perfect marriage. But discontent lurks under the surface of their outwardly happy lives as each Hannah and Will suspect the other of infidelity. When they independently consult divorce attorneys, the conflict escalates and Hannah flees with the children against a court order. This snap decision starts a social media firestorm and, suddenly, the Abbott divorce is big news.
With family stress and legal fees rising, Will and Hannah accept an invitation to appear on a reality television show for divorcing couples. During filming on the beautiful island of St. John, the Abbotts must decide once and for all: can their love survive their past?
About The Author:
Leanne lives in New Jersey with her husband of twenty-five years and their three wonderful children. When Leanne is not cheering her kids on in their activities, she can be found running, watching 76ers basketball games, and spoiling her two beloved dogs. Favorite locations include the Jersey shore, Martha’s Vineyard, and any place that sells books or coffee, preferably both. A passionate student, Leanne’s dream life would include going back to college and majoring in everything.
Leanne is a graduate of Lafayette College and The Dickinson School of Law. She is a former attorney who is now lucky enough to write full-time! The Language of Divorce is her debut novel.
Linda’ Book Obsession Reviews “The Language of Divorce” by Leanne Treese, Filles Vertes Publishing, 2019 for Suzy Approved Book Tours.
Leanne Treese, Author of “The Language of Divorce” has written a unique, captivating, riveting and engrossing novel. The Genres for this story are Fiction, Domestic Suspense, Women’s Fiction, Contemporary Fiction with a dash of Satire and Humor. The timeline for this story is in the present and goes to the past when it pertains to the characters or events in this story. Leanne Treese describes her colorful cast of characters as complex, complicated, flawed, dysfunctional and confused.
Marriage in contemporary society is complex and complicated is a constant work in progress. I appreciate that the author describes the importance of communication, honesty, love, and hope. When marriages don’t work out, the next step is often a separation leading to a Divorce. The author writes about divorce and how it affects the couple, the immediate family, the other members of the family and so on.
Hannah and Will Abbott appear to be a happy, average couple with two children. Both Hannah and Will suspect that the other has been unfaithful. Of course, some friends and acquaintances have suggestions that add fuel to the fire. Everyone seems to have their own set of problems, and before you know it Hannah and Will seem to be looking at the possibility of divorce with exorbitant legal fees and more aggravation and stress.
The possibility of going on Live TV, with a Divorce Reality Show might save the money and worry. Is this a way that Hannah and Will should go?? What do you think will happen?
I would highly recommend this heartfelt, emotional and thought-provoking novel to other readers. Happy Reading!!