Review for Awesome Indies by Elizabeth Jasper
Nobody’s Fault examines how the lives of a family are blown apart when one partner, completely out of the blue, falls deeply in love with someone new, abandoning his family and stretching family relationships to their limits.
Terry Tyler writes about serious events and emotional turmoil with a deceptively light touch. Well-written, and eminently readable, Nobody’s Fault draws together disparate narrative threads in a climactic conclusion that keeps the reader on the edge of her seat.
Characterisation is insightful and strong, with each one distinct and engaging. Dialogue is natural, contemporary and perfect for the situations in which the characters find themselves. It is apparent that Terry Tyler loves all the characters she writes about, good as well as bad, and they stick in the memory long after the final page has turned.