The debut novel
Life is fair
by Marion Raby
Engaging and tear provokingly poignant.
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Life is fair
Nora is many things; vegan, artist, sex addict, office worker, but on Thanksgiving she is anything but grateful. Five years ago, she divorced her cheating musician husband, and she hasn't seen much of her dysfunctional family in exactly a year.
All that is about to change. Nora's sister, Delia, calls and invites her to have dinner with the whole family and later asks her to help care for their wheelchair-bound mother, Isobel. Nora hasn't spoken to her domineering mother in a year, but she reluctantly agrees to bring food and sit with Isobel two nights a week in the hope of mending their relationship.
If that weren't enough to deal with, she runs into Vincent, the ex-husband who was the love of her life until he broke her heart. He says he's changed and he wants her back.
While Nora spends time with her family and the smooth and charming Vincent, she soon realizes that her painful past still affects every decision she makes today, and if she wants a happy future as a successful artist, she must decide which relationships are worth mending and whom she has to cut from her life forever.