The Other Woman by EricJerome Dickey

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Eric Jerome Dickey strides boldly over the minefield that is modern marriage. The central couple's biggest challenge is timing: He works days; she works nights. Instead of growing together, they're rapidly drifting apart, coexisting on stolen phone calls from work, punctuated by occasional bedroom encounters that leave them both feeling even emptier and more alone. When she finds out about his affair-and starts her own-the delicate fabric of their marriage is torn irrevocably asunder. Or is it? In Dickey's expert hands, what begins as a seemingly unforgivable betrayal segues into the sexy and searing story of a man and a woman at a pivotal turning point in their relationship. Only time will tell whether they'll let it all go...or can hold on to the love that drew them together in the first place.

About EricJerome Dickey

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ERIC JEROME DICKEY is the author of sixteen novels, eleven of which have been New York Times bestsellers. Also the author of a six-issue miniseries of comic books for Marvel featuring the X-Men’s Storm, Dickey lives on the road and rests in Southern California.
Published June 29, 2004 by NAL. 340 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Parenting & Relationships. Fiction

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Plans for revenge spin out of control in this sharp-edged, sizzling novel by bestselling Dickey (Liar's Game; Between Lovers</EMPHASIS

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Eric Jerome Dickey is finally starting to get his due.

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Entertainment Weekly

But this dame is no hapless victim of infidelity: She takes charge, first by using her training as a TV journalist to interrogate her .

May 30 2003 | Read Full Review of The Other Woman

Nights and Weekends

The main character of Eric Jerome Dickey's The Other Woman is a TV news
producer ... The book is written in the present tense in the voice of the women
who's ...

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