Vivienne’s Guilt – Heather M. Orgeron

Like a cancer, it festers, slowly stealing your life bit by painful bit.
What do you do when you have betrayed the love of your life but he is no longer there to grant you forgiveness? How do you carry the weight of your gravest mistake knowing there is no way to atone for it?
I’ve made a terrible choice–one that can’t be undone.
Hiding this secret is eating me alive.
But if it ever came out?
If it were ever discovered?
It would destroy everything.

They say you always want what you can’t have.
From the moment I laid eyes on Vivienne Parker, I knew I was fighting a losing battle. I want to believe that I’m better than this–that I wouldn’t cross that line–but deep down, I know if I were ever given a chance, there’s no way in hell I’d refuse.
She’s my uncle’s wife, so why does it feel as if she is mine?

This book is really hard to review, when I started reading i thought i knew where this story was going, but man i was so wrong. I have gone from thinking i should give this book 1 star but then changing my mind to 4 stars. I liked how the story started out when i thought i knew where it was going, then i did a 180 and threw me off, im im not sure if i liked where the story went after that. I wanted them to get there HEA together not individually, i think that is why im confused about the rating.
I adored Reid and Tillie there characters were great. I wanted more for Reid and Vivienne.

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