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When the truth is better left unsaid . . .
Bradley Knighton fled to Vancouver nearly twenty years ago. It was the only way to forget the girl he let get away.
Cassandra Knighton hates her husband. He stole her heart and then wasted her best years. But she stayed with him to protect a lie.
Brought together to mourn the death of the family matriarch, old sibling rivalries will resurface, painful memories will reopen tender wounds, and new realities will force every member of the Knighton family to re-examine choices that were made all those years ago.
But it’s that one slip of the tongue by Cassandra during a heated argument that will dig deepest and expose a secret she’d vowed to take to her grave, a truth so unforgivable that it could destroy everyone she loves.
The Little Lies We Hide explores the decisions we make, the secrets we keep, and the regrets we package into convenient little lies that we learn to live with – because doing otherwise would be worse.
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What readers are saying
“I love Francois Houle’s writing style… it’s so easy to read. He may not be prolific, but the wait for each book is so worth it. Like all his other books, the characters in Little Lies We Hide are so very real; the tangled web of emotions woven between them so beautifully explored. This is not a cookie-cutter story retold in yet another version. There is no definite ‘good guy’ and ‘bad guy’. It is a story of a family in turmoil, of a group of people who are all imperfect… people who are real. I devoured the book in under 3 days; it’s definitely a story that I didn’t want to put down. I am grateful for the free copy Francois provided in return for my honest review and am very happy to recommend the book.” – Kath Macfarlane
“Talk about dysfunctional family. I think that at some point I really felt for all the characters and I didn’t think I would for some. Lots of issues in this book but I feel a lot of readers can relate. I must say I didn’t think how the book ended that I would be okay with it but turns out I really am. First time reading this author and won’t be my last.” – Annette L.