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The Perfect Wife - Katherine Scholes


Published: 25th September 2013
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From the internationally bestselling author – over two million books sold worldwide

Kitty Hamilton arrives in Tanganyika with high hopes for her new life. An exciting adventure halfway across the world could be just what she and Theo need to recover from the scandal that almost tore them apart.  

She is determined to play the role of the perfect wife, but her dreams soon begin to unravel.  Theo is distracted with his important British government post, and while Kitty had imagined doing valuable work of her own, she finds that choosing the right frock to wear to the club is the biggest challenge of her day.

In this wild and foreign land, where very different powers prevail, the head can't always rule the heart. As old wounds resurface and new passions ignite, Kitty and Theo confront emotions that push them beyond the boundaries of all that they know and believe in.

The Perfect Wife is a breathtaking story about the struggle between duty and desire, jealousy and love, commitment and freedom.  And the need to follow the call of your heart, wherever it may lead you…

Praise for Katherine Scholes:

'A magnificent portrait of a passionate woman, a superb romantic saga.' Elle

'A beautifully descriptive read and a soul-searching take on human relationships.' New Idea

'Captures the very essence of East Africa … one of Australia's most respected women's fiction authors.' Courier-Mail

ISBN: 9781743480588
ISBN-10: 174348058X
Audience: General
Format: ePUB
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 384
Published: 25th September 2013