Thorndike Press

The Golden Cage

  • Camilla Lackberg
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  • ISBN-10: 0593214757
  • ISBN-13: 9780593214756
  • DDC: Fic
  • Shipping Weight: 1.05 lbs ( .48 kgs)
  • Paperback
  • Published/Released August 2020

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Faye has loved Jack since they were students at business school. Jack, the perpetual golden boy, grew up wealthy, unlike Faye, who has worked hard to bury a dark past. When Jack needs help launching a new company, Faye leaves school to support him, waitressing by day and working as his strategist by night. With the business soaring, Faye and Jack have a baby, and Faye finds herself at home, caring for their daughter, wealthier than she ever imagined, but more and more removed from the excitement of the business world. None of the perks of wealth make up for the fact that Jack has begun to treat her coldly, undermining her intelligence and forgetting all she sacrificed for his success. When Faye discovers that he's having an affair, the polished façade of their life cracks wide open. Faye is alone, emotionally shattered, and financially devastated — but hell hath no fury like a woman with a violent past bent on vengeance. Jack is about to get exactly what he deserves — and so much more.

Reviews

Customer Reviews

“Their romance provides joyful, ground-breaking representation for gay, transgender boys.”

— Kirkus Reviews

“Perfect to hand to young cat lovers.”

— School Library Journal

“Highly recommended for fans of the period . . . As with the earlier novels in the Six Tudor Queens series . . . [Alison] Weir focuses tightly on the sole perspective of her protagonist, thereby finding enough relatively fresh territory to keep even die-hard Tudor buffs interested. A fascinating afterword sheds light on Weir’s departures from the confirmed historical record and on the additional research she did for this novel, including an investigation of how exactly Jane died.”

— Library Journal (starred)