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September 15, 2015



Maya wants Nick to be less of a workaholic, to come home earlier, to spend some time with his children.Nick wants a divorce. With his mind made up, Nick is determined to leave quickly and with dignity, but it comes as an unpleasant shock to realise how much it will cost him to walk away. As a stay-at-home mum, Maya is entitled to everything. Nick is resolute, so when an unlikely solution presents itself he gives it everything he’s got. If Nick becomes a better husband and father, if he encourages his wife to rediscover herself, the more self-sufficient Maya will become: and the cheaper Nick’s pay-out. But as Nick pretends to be a better man he becomes one. He remembers his connection with Maya, their ability to be a couple and not just parents who share a house. Everything seems to be back on track. Until Maya finds out exactly what Nick has been planning.
 A Better Man takes readers through some unexpected drama. Married Maya is a stay at home mum with twins. Nick contacts his best friend Adam Gray who is a lawyer as Nick is determined to leave his wife Maya. Unfortunately Nick hasn’t exactly been the super Dad for quite a few years. As Nick finds out divorce is expensive with legal fees, daycare and school fees and with the family home. If he wants a better divorce settlement first of all he will have to become a better husband and to do that he will need to become a better man. A Better Man is a whirlwind of a read that is definitely worth reading.



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