arc review: the other woman

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4 stars!

A special thank you goes to Netgalley and Minotaur Books for allowing me to read this eARC early. All thoughts and opinions are my own! 

tw: cheating, spousal abuse, assault, death, serious sickness

Before I start this review, I just got to say one thing: that ending?! Holy cow, that ending. 10% of the book and Sandie Jones throws that wrench in there?! I couldn’t breathe the entire time I was reading that part. Man alive…

Okay, so the first 40% or so of the book was kind of dull. There was a lot of build up and I thought things were happening kind of quickly. We met Pammie at about 20% and things started going bad by like 30% so I wasn’t sure where the story was going to go with still a lot left. Honestly, I didn’t feel that bad for Emily right away. Pammie just seemed like the typical horrible mother in law. But then..oh boy.

That the problem with thrillers though. I can’t say much so I don’t spoil everything inside but at the same time, you want to sell the book so others will read it. I am bursting at the seams because I want to just go off and tell you all everything! But I will keep my mouth shut about everything in this book and just say go and get it come August.

Honestly read this book and yes, I’m going to keep telling you all this. It’s a bit slow in the beginning and the pacing is kind of weird. But stick it out and don’t even bother trying to guess anything because I guarantee you will be wrong.

 

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