“The Wife” by Shalini Boland

 

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The story is told going back and forth in time (a style of writing that I usually like). This domestic thriller centers on a young woman who faints on her wedding day. She remembers nothing that happened before she fainted. The wedding goes on. Ten years later, on her wedding anniversary, she remembers. This is an easy, boring read that this reviewer found unbelievable. I probably would have enjoyed the novel a bit more if I read it on a beach.

I received this Advance Review Copy (ARC) novel from the publisher at no cost in exchange for an honest review.

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