Book Summary:

Adam falls in love with Emily. Emily is completely smitten with Adam.

But a very important woman in Adam’s life does not like Emily even a little bit. His mother is always there, a threatening presence ready to take her down.

Adam’s mother is obviously jealous of any woman who comes into her son’s life. But Adam is blind to his mother’s cruelty. He simply refuses to see it.

You choose your mate, not their parents or relatives. But trouble will brew if your fiance’s mother hates you.

Emily comes to realize that Adam’s mother will go pretty far to break them up. She takes great pleasure in making sure that Emily looks bad in Adam’s eyes. She will lie and she will threaten.

But the real question is: Just how far is this woman willing to go?

My Review:

I enjoyed reading the book. But the ending confounded me a bit. It didn’t seem really plausible to me. I

Had I been aware of the ending, I’m not sure I would have read this book.

About The Author:

sandie jones

SANDIE JONES has worked as a freelance journalist for over twenty years, and has written for publications including the Sunday Times, Woman’s Weekly and the Daily Mail.

She lives in London with her husband and three children. The Other Woman is her debut novel.

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  1. Hi Brenda. I wish you would give more of your opinion of the books you read. The book summaries are fine. The descriptions of the authors are fine. But I just don’t understand why you only write a sentence or two for the review part. I would like to hear more about what you think of the writing style, is it first or third person and did that work well, how was the dialog, and so on. Sometimes you’ll say a book is just run of the mill, or so-so, and I would like to hear more about why you think so. What makes a book more than so-so to you? You think and write so well about so many topics, and I think you could write so much more about these books. If you think you might be giving away too much, well, that isn’t an issue for me. I just about always approach a book by reading the first five pages and if it’s boring I go ahead and read the last five pages, and then decide if I want to know what happened in between. Sometimes I don’t! Also, for me, a well-written book review can be a better read than the book itself. I love hearing what someone thinks about a book.

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