Saturday, 27 May 2017

Review: The Missing Wife

The Missing Wife The Missing Wife by Sheila O'Flanagan
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Imogen has finally seen the light. She can't stay with her controlling husband any longer so she hatches A Plan. Disappearing after a business trip she travels to the place in France where she lived when young and remembers being very happy. She manages to find herself a job and somewhere to stay but inevitably her husband Vince tracks her down.

The subject matter of a controlling partner is quite dark but this is a light hearted book. There are times when it seems the author wants to show that dark side but it doesn't really come off. If you want a holiday read that doesn't tax the brain cells and has a feel good factor then this book ticks all the boxes. If you want something that really addresses the subject matter then give this one a miss.

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  1. It's a nice read. Not overboard on the romantic side and a bit of back story on the characters too. No good if you like to be challenged though.

  2. I always appreciate book reviews.
    Thank You Wendy!


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