|In Fidelity (2001) [Novel]|
by M.J. Rose
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(From the publisher):
Although everyone think she's being paranoid, psychotherapist Jordan Sloan knows better. Haunted by the long-ago murder of her father, she learns that his killer has been paroled and he instantly fears his revenge. Only she knows the dark secret of her relationship with Mallory--and the depth of her deception in providing the testimony that put him away. She sees him in shadows, in mirrors, in photographs her teenage daughter takes in the park...
Still suffering the bruises of her husband's betrayal, Jordan grapples with ambiguous emotions even as she is drawn again to her estranged spouse. Clinging desperately to the hard-earned stability of her life, she maneuvers through the meshwork of love's fragile bonds, layers of longing, and the chaos that is human relationships. All the while, a mysterious new patient seems intent on contributing to Jordan's unraveling. For as she struggles to prove her fear of Mallory is justified, she alo wrestles with how it might feel to finally forgive Robert's infidelity.
Original title: In Fidelity
Genre: Fiction→ Crime and Mystery→ Suspense
Fiction→ Romance→ Romantic-Suspense