By Paulo Coelho
Linda is familiar with she's lucky.
Yet each morning while she opens her eyes to a so-called new day, she seems like remaining them again.
Her associates suggest medication.
But Linda desires to think extra, now not less.
And so she embarks on an experience as unforeseen because it is bold, and which reawakens a facet of her that she - decent spouse, loving mom, bold journalist - proposal had disappeared.
Even she cannot expect what is going to ensue next...
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Adultery by Paulo Coelho