Review: The Other Woman by Sandie Jones

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For a debut novel THE OTHER WOMAN had a twist to it I never saw coming!  Thinking about it did I have my own idea on how it could have played out, well yes – but I was not the author and because of that I still think it was extremely good.  

Emily thinks Adam is perfect; so perfect that she couldn’t imagine why he took notice of her.  Basically she just kept waiting for the other shoe to drop because her self esteem couldn’t comprehend that this ever so handsome dude was paying so much attention to her.  What Emily never suspected was that in the back ground there was a sinister  ‘ other woman’  who was not about to let Emily come between her and her son!

From the moment Emily met “Pammie”  the mother, she sensed that this woman had a very deep bond with her son and knew that in spite of Pammie’s kind words, there was a sense of knowing that they were only spoken, but not felt.  Unfortunately, Adam wouldn’t believe that his mother had any ulterior motives towards Emily after he had asked her to marry him. Emily knew better but couldn’t speak a bad word against Pammie and had to walk on eggshells  to see Adam happy.

You’ll be sitting on the edge of your seat thru this one from beginning until the end.  Great psychological thriller casting a tense  dysfunctional relationship between Emily, her fiancé Adam and his twisted mother Pammie.       Hold onto your seat – you won’t see the twist when it hits you like a bolt of lightening!

Marilyn Rondeau

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