In The Void Of Lies

Romance - Contemporary
166 Pages
Reviewed on 12/31/2013
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

The Void Of Lies by Kirby Roy III is the story of newly married couple, Justin Powell and his wife Tyra. Justin is working out of town and his wife wants him to get a job in her town. Justin wants to spend more time with his wife and he applies for a job with Senator Fitzgerald. While Justin is trying to hide the private life of the Senator, at home Tyra is hiding a secret from her husband to save her marriage. Senator Fitzgerald's wife Katie confronts her husband regarding his infidelity. As Senator Fitzgerald is passing the health bill and addressing the nation, at home Justin and Tyra decide on their marriage.

The story setting is a political background. Along with that, the author has woven romance, infidelity, relationships, and the lives of two couples struggling to make their marriage work. The theme of the book is something that has been written about many times, just that here the background is different. The book is breezy and light, in spite of all the action happening. The characters and the story are honest and real. It is something that you can relate to and see happening around you. It is a quick read and I enjoyed the book. Though it was not intense or too deep, it was interesting.