Book Review – The Last Wife by Nicola Marsh @NicolaMarsh @bookouture #BookReview #BooksOnTour #suspense

Many thanks to Noelle Holten and publisher Bookouture for my spot on this Blog Tour.

I was down with severe dizziness and ill-health, and this book anchored me. I needed a book which would take me away from the pain of it all. And Nicola Marsh did it with this family suspense. Her words took me to the world of rich and powerful Parkers, away from mine and gave me a wonderful read.

The story was more like the TV series Dallas which I used to like years ago. I loved the vibe the book gave of impending danger. It was nostalgic and quite mysterious. Someone was targeting the Parker family, and it was upto the journalist daughter-in-law to get to the truth.

I loved the dynamics of the family members, the hatred and animosity and the power games kept me completely entertained. I didn’t have to concentrate too hard. There were not many complexities in the plotline. It delivered what it set out to do.

The chapters were short and snappy, exactly what I needed to keep turning pages. I honestly didn’t know when the book was nearing the end. Like any suspense, the ending was a shocker. Didn’t expect it at all.

For me, this book was what I needed to make my mind heal. I loved it.

I received a free ARC from NetGalley and publisher, and this is my journey into its pages, straight from the heart!! STRICTLY HONEST AND UNBIASED.

All my reviews can be read here

USA TODAY bestselling and award-winning author Nicola Marsh writes feel-good fiction…with a twist.

She has published 70 books and sold over 8 million copies worldwide.

She currently writes domestic suspense novels for Hachette UK’s Bookouture, rural romance for Harper Collins Australia’s Mira imprint, and contemporary romance for Harlequin Dare.

She’s a Waldenbooks, Bookscan and Barnes & Noble bestseller, a 2013 RBY and National Readers’ Choice Award winner, and a multiple finalist for awards including the Romantic Times Reviewers’ Choice Award, HOLT Medallion, Booksellers’ Best, Golden Quill, Laurel Wreath, More than Magic and has won several CataRomance Reviewers’ Choice Awards.

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Trusting his family was her first mistake.

All Ria ever wanted was a family. Growing up alone in foster care, she imagined just how it would be. So when she fell in love with Grayson and had their daughter Shelley, she was determined to make his family love her too. She knew she’d never fit in with her glamorous sisters-in-law, or at the exclusive picture-perfect Chicago parties her mother-in-law threw, but with Grayson’s arm around her waist she tried her best to be a Parker.

Everything changed when Grayson disappeared.

Until one morning, Grayson leaves the house for work and never comes home. Left to raise Shelley alone, Ria is forced to turn to her husband’s family, to let her intimidating mother-in-law into her life, allow her to babysit Shelley, and accept her financial support. She tries to ignore the feeling that her sisters-in-law never thought she was good enough. They say they have no idea what happened to Grayson, and she tries very hard to believe them.

But Ria is about to learn that every Parker wife has secrets.

And protecting her daughter might come at a terrible price…

Publication Date: 11th October 2019

Publisher: Bookouture

19 thoughts on “Book Review – The Last Wife by Nicola Marsh @NicolaMarsh @bookouture #BookReview #BooksOnTour #suspense

      1. Aww I’m sorry, my love ❤
        I don’t have much to do when my pain flares other than lay around and read. I need to slow the hell down. I think after November I’m good. I hope you starg feeling better ❤❤❤

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