The Blue Bath
The Blue Bath by Mary Waters-Sayer is a sensational fiction. Here, readers are introduced to Kate, a married woman with a son. A piece of her past comes tumbling into the present and the stakes are higher than she realizes. An old flame she once left in Paris is now at an art gallery near her. Kate’s curiosity kills her and she must see Daniel Blake, an artist that painted her and still continues to do so. Kate realizes that there is much to lose if people found out that the paintings were of her. The Blue Bath title ties in perfectly with the beautifully woven tale. Mary Waters-Sayer’s readers will fall deeply in love with the characters, scenes, and the emotional journey that unfolds.
The Blue Bath is Mary Waters-Sayer’s debut novel. This story is about love, regret, and betrayal. Life is never easy and our pasts never stay hidden they are bound to chase us no matter how far away we run. Kate is a wife who had an affair with a painter who is now dead. Her future is an enormous mess. Sad, heartbreaking, and well written, I highly recommend this contemporary novel to readers everywhere. I can’t wait to read more my Mary Waters-Sayer in the future.
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|Page Count||320 pages|
|Publisher||St. Martin's Press|
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