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The Wives by Tarryn Fisher – Blog Tour

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The Wives by Tarryn Fisher

Genre: Psychological Thriller
Publisher: HQ Stories
Rating: 4’5/5

About The Book

You’ve never met the other wives. None of you know each other, you see your husband only one day a week. Thursday. But you don’t care, you love him that much. Or at least that’s what you’ve told yourself…
And then, one day it all changes.
You thought you were fine with this, with only having a fraction of a husband. But you can’t help yourself, you start to dig. Begin tracking them down, the other days… Who is Monday and why does she have bruises on her arms? Is she being abused? By who? Her husband? Your husband?
What else is he keeping from you?
And who is he, really?

My Thoughts

I’ll start saying that I didn’t read this book, I listened it! Yes, if you haven’t tried the audiobooks, you should! They are perfect while you are walking or in the car, and definitely “The Wives” should be your first!
I’ll try to make this review spoiler free, but I am not sure I will succeed, because there are so many things that you believe you know when you start reading the book but in the end change completely, that it’s difficult to write the review without any spoil!
Thursday is married to a man who has two more women in his life; the first one divorced for her and the third one is having the child she can’t have. She doesn’t like to share her husband, but loves him so much that is ready to have him only one day a week and share it with two other women.
Then one day everything will change, she needs to know more about them… and as you can imagine everything will start crumbling around her; her relation, her sanity, her health… Ready?
I didn’t like much Thursday in the beginning, she does everything without complaining or questioning; it doesn’t seem right, like a plush toy that doesn’t have a word in anything, simply play with them and when you are bored, leave it. This is what I felt in the beginning, of course the plot will thicken much more and in the end we will not know who to believe or trust!
The Wives is a book that will make you talk, it’s original and it will keep you listening to discover what is really happening. But, the twists and the personalities of the characters could make that not everyone will have the same perspective on the story and that’s what makes a good book; the talk and argument about it. Don’t you think?
The Wives is a book you will love listening and reading, so take a break from your life and enjoy the read! Ready?

About The Autor

Tarryn Fisher is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of suspense-driven contemporary romance novels. Her novels do not read like most contemporary romance novels. They are extremely dark and rather than tell a story of two people destined for each other, they often explore what happens when dangerous people fall in love.
Fisher has said that she would love to write a book that every single person in the world enjoys reading, however she recognises that this is a near impossibility. Instead, she has made it her mission to write books which tap into people’s emotions. She believes that sadness and regret are the two most powerful emotions and both are found at the heart of each of her novels.
Fisher has written 6 novels on her own, as well as co-writing the three young adult books in the Never Never trilogy with fellow romance writer, Colleen Hoover. Fisher is perhaps best known for the first novel in her Love Me With Lies trilogy, The Opportunist. In this novel, Olivia’s ex-boyfriend, Caleb, completely loses his memory. She must decide how far she is willing to go in order to win him back from his new girlfriend.
Aside from being a bestselling author, Tarryn Fisher is also the co-founder of a fashion blog called Clothed Caption. She founded and maintains this blog with a friend Madison Seidler. Fisher lives with her family in Seattle and she has confessed to enjoying the rain, being incredibly sarcastic and enjoying drinking Starbucks coffee and Coke.


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