How does a man ruthlessly cheat on his wife? And how does another woman fall in love with a man like that? Starting with a getaway to Denmark, Elskerinde: Confessions of the Other Woman chronicles a dramatic descent into a sordid affair with a married man and the whirlwind relationship that ensued.It’s a non-fiction novel that analyzes the complex and sometimes dark aspects of humanity, and how love and desire can lead people into morally questionable territory. In raw and intimate detail, A.M. Bristow weaves an elaborate tale of deceit, love, and betrayal. From their first sexual encounter in Copenhagen to a drawn-out divorce, the story highlights the rapturous highs and devastating lows of a doomed relationship.Bristow explores the true consequences of going from being the other woman to being the only woman. The price paid for getting involved with a cheating husband is constant doubt, never knowing whether suspicions are a ghost of his past behavior or a symptom of present behavior; it’s constantly living in the shadow of the woman he left.It’s a narrative for anyone that’s ever been cheated on and wondered why. It’s a true story written on behalf of every “other woman” in honor of the woman he betrayed. And what it’s like to be both.