I gave one book a perfect grade out of the six books I read in April.
The book begins with what’s basically every spouse’s worst nightmare—the death of the partner. Iris actually learns from a news report that her husband of seven years, Will, was on a Seattle-bound plane that crashed into a field, killing all of the passengers on board.
The strange thing is that Will wasn’t supposed to be headed to Seattle. He was going to a business conference in Florida, one Iris later finds out never existed.
Iris tries to cope with the loss of her husband while uncovering more and more lies, and wondering if he was living some kind of double life. In the end, what she finds out is more disturbing than what she could have imagined.
The Marriage Lie has plenty of plot twists to keep you reading. You won’t get bored with this one.
As always, happy reading!