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    Run, Emily, Run!

    Psychological thrillers are popular now, so as soon as you start The Other Woman by Sandie Jones you know there will be something you don’t know, some big surprise. But that won’t stop you from being hooked from the first page or help you figure out the ending. After some disastrous romances, Emily meets Adam, and he’s perfect. Caring, attentive, loving – and close to his Mother, Pammie. How lucky is Emily? At first it just seems that Pammie is a little over-protective of her son, with the usual no-woman-is-good-enough-for-my-boy vibe. But then her remarks become more pointed and strange things start to happen. When Emily mentions it to Adam, he is surprised, then aloof, defensive, cold, and finally angry. That mother-son bond is stronger than Emily thought. As the story proceeds the pace picks up and the suspense builds, and not all the characters seem so likeable or straightforward anymore. Is Pammie just jealous and lonely and afraid? Or is she crazy, evil, and dangerous? Is Emily really in danger from Pammie, and if so, why does she continue to put herself in danger? And what’s up with Adam’s brother? Is he trying to give Emily some kind of message? What’s his game? And, finally, why won’t Adam believe anything Emily says or ever take her side? Where is his anger coming from? Is this really how Mr. Perfect would behave? The Other Woman is a fast-paced, well-plotted story that will scare you and keep you turning pages as fast as you can. I wasn’t sure who to trust or who to even like. By the end of the story everybody made me nervous. I thought Emily should have run, but then I would wonder about Pammie’s backstory and if there was more to her than just a crazy, mean old woman. I knew there must be a twist coming but I didn’t see it and enjoyed the ending. Thanks to St. Martin's Press-Minotaur Books for an advance copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I thoroughly enjoyed it and recommend it.
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    Great book

    The book is great. Its starts off as normal typical relationship and then the ending was amazing. I work 12 hour night shifts and I could not put this book down for about 6 of those hours. Highly recommend this book for people who want a different book.
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    The Other Woman by Sandie Jones

    This was a pretty good read. Quite suspenseful. Expected it to be predictable but there was an intriguing twist. It really was a good page-turner and it was hard to put the book down. Would definitely recommend this book.
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    For Fans of Thrillers

    Emily is our narrator who is also the victim of the crimes that are taking place in the storyline. She is easy to connect with and you do feel for her. She has two friends who are there to help her in many ways but sometimes cause problems without realizing it, Seb the gay best friend, and Pippa the flatmate. Then you have Adam who comes off as prince charming. He does show his arrogance, as well as being smug and lacking for Emily's feelings at times. His previous girlfriend Becky died of an asthmatic attack but has Emily questioning. His mother Pammie seems to play a large role in life, while little brother James, seems to be an afterthought. The story is told in the first person. There is a good use of red herrings which make the story always more interesting and also the dramatic plot twist. The characters have some interactions but have no real growth or development throughout the story. There is not really a lot of background knowledge given about where the characters were before, or when it is given it comes in choppy context. Yes, I would recommend this book but only to those who enjoy reading thrillers.
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    Twists to the very end!

    This story will have you questioning everything and pulling your hair out... but you won’t know the truth until the very end.... great novel!
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