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Publisher Description

As far as Maren is concerned, life is perfect and it’s just about to get better. On the cusp of her fortieth birthday and with her only child almost grown, it's time to start putting herself and her marriage first. But when the butterflies in her tummy turn out to be morning sickness, Maren’s world is flipped upside down with an unplanned, high risk pregnancy—one she's ashamed to admit is unwanted.

Overnight, everything changes and the ripple effect of the baby she's so unsure of is felt in every corner of her life. Her perfect life slowly disappears. Her teenage daughter looks for attention in the wrong places. Her best friend inexplicably blows up and stops speaking to her. And worse, her once doting husband pulls away when she needs him the most.

Just when she's sure things couldn't possibly be worse, a shocking discovery rocks Maren's world. Faced with a devastating deception, a truth she can no longer ignore, and an impossible choice, can Maren stop her life from completely unraveling? Or is All We Never Knew too much for love to overcome?

Fiction & Literature
April 1
Elena Aitken
Elena Aitken

Customer Reviews

ricin2 ,

Good read

Not Elena’s usual but still very engaging. I had to keep reading because I wanted to know what happened next. The end kept me wanting more.

Good read, many dilemmas and human emotions. Very surprising at times too.

I enjoyed reading it. Well done Elena Aitken.

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

Daknotts ,

Amazing 5 Star Read

ALL WE NEVER KNEW is an awesome read! Ms. Aitken has a writing style that I love. Her characters are very believable, the situations are real, the lies, secrets and betrayals are truly heartbreaking. This is one of the best books I have read in 2020. I highly recommend along with tissues.

Maclovesthisgame ,

Not for me

I tried, but could not make myself finish this book. The main character was so pathetic.
It just didn’t speak to me at all. It infuriated me that the main character continually allowed herself to be treated so poorly by her family and best friend. Maybe she turns things around by the end of the book, but I’m not sticking around to find out.

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