The Three Mrs. Wright – Book Review

Hey all! I am back with another book review. The Three Mrs. Wrights by Linda Keir.

The Three Mrs. Wrights: A Novel by [Linda Keir]

Mr. Wright has everything. All that’s left to give him is what he deserves.

Lark has good things coming: a career as a board-game designer and a whirlwind romance with a handsome investor. Trip is so compassionate and supportive, he’s almost too good to be true.

Jessica has always been cautious, but she can’t resist Jonathan. The brilliant TED-talking visionary has big plans for his inspiring medical start-up. Now Jessica is invited to be part of the team—and to partner with the founder outside the office.

Holly has settled into a comfortable life with Jack, her husband of nearly twenty years. They’ve raised three children, they own a beautiful home, and they’ve founded a worthy charity. She’s proud of building a marriage that has endured—she just doesn’t want to look too closely at the cracks.

Lark, Jessica, and Holly are three strangers with so much in common it hurts. Their one and only is one and the same.

The charming Mr. Wright’s serial lies are about to catch up with him…

No. of pages:- 379 pages

Date published:- will be published on 29th September 2020

Genre:- Domestic Thriller

Linda Keir

Linda Keir is the pen name of Linda Joffe Hull and Keir Graff. The authors of Drowning with Others and The Swing of Things, they are currently at work on their third book.

Thank You Netgalley, Lake Union Publishing and Linda Keir for the ARC!

Meet Lark, Holly and Jessica–one is a business woman and two are doctors. And all are in love with one man, named Jonathan Wright–Holly knows him as Jack and is married to him with three kids, Jessica knows him as Jon who is working with him in a medical company that tends to do research on cancer and Lark knows him as Tripp, a businessman. Jonathan Wright is certainly not a Mr. Right as he is deceiving and telling lies to the women and soon the lies follow up to him…

The plot line was good, though initially, it was bit boring in the beginning and also in the middle, with unnecessary story lines. However, towards the ending, it got very interesting and the ending was really good as well. I also like how the story was told from the perspectives of these three women, so we can know what they are really thinking and how each of them are dealing with Jonathan Wright.

I enjoyed this book but I would give this book only three stars!

Poul Anderson Appreciation: Three Stars

If you are interested, you can pre-order your copy now on Amazon, as this will be released on 29th September!

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