Irene and Roland Petersen are a young couple on the move. Rolands company transfers him across Canada, as he climbs the corporate ladder. Irene is a self-centered social climber, while Roland is more down to earth. Yet he is a perfectionist in everything he does, and wants to rise in his career as quickly as possible. Along the way, Roland doesn't show much consideration for his wife and family. Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep dissects the lives of a couple who seem to be very adept at deceiving each other. They are so good at deception that sometimes their lies seem like the truth, even to themselves, until one lie ruins everything. This compelling novel encompasses the Petersen's lives, as their deceptions begin to surface. First-time author Mary Jane Bergoine
recently retired from the financial industry. Raised in Saskatchewan, she now lives in Kamloops, British Columbia, and is working on the storys second book in what will be a trilogy.