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War of the Wives Think Marriage Means Happily Ever After Think Again Selina And Lottie Are Complete Opposites Where Selina Is Poised But Prudish, Lottie Is Quirky And Emotional Selina Is The Dutiful Mother Of Three Children And Able Manager Of Their Stylish Suburban Home Lottie Lives With Her Eccentric Teenage Daughter In A Small City Apartment Fit To Bursting With Color And Happy Chaos But These Women Also Have One Shocking Similarity They Re Married To The Same Man And They Ve Just Found Out He S Dead Selina Has Been Married To Simon Busfield For Twenty Eight Years, Lottie For Seventeen Neither Knew A Thing About The Other Until The Day Of Simon S Funeral, Where The Scandalous Truth Is Revealed In Front Of Everyone They Know Another Wife, Another Family And They Ve Only Just Scratched The Surface Of Simon S Incredible Betrayal With Dark Humor And Razor Sharp Wit, Cohen Expertly Unravels A Story Of Deception And Betrayal, Where Two Very Different Families Will Discover They Are Entwined In Ways That Will Change Them All Forever A Cracking Debut Fatal Attraction With A Clever Twist At The End Addictive The Bookseller On The Mistress S Revenge


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10 thoughts on “War of the Wives

  1. says:

    I did enjoy this read Two women, Lottie and Selena discover they were both married to the same man Simon, at the same time Simon unfortunately is dead at the start of the book, thereby avoiding the fallout that follows when the two women discover each other s existence The story is told alternatively from each woman s viewpoint Selena is a society wife, lives a privileged lifestyle with everything a woman could wish


  2. says:

    Oh my god, this was the worst ending EVER 95% of this book gets 3.5 stars, easy and then the end gets a NEGATIVE STAR for being horrible And I m so sorry that I can t give it a better score it s an interesting character study, an examination of grief and shock and complex emotions surrounding a rather salacious and flashy fun story And then there s this crazy sudden nutso ending that cuts off in th...


  3. says:

    Told from the perspectives of two women, Tamar Cohen s War of the Wives is a story of love, loss and devastating betrayal.Selina Busfield is devastated when her husband s body is found in the Thames River, especially as Simon was supposed to be working in Dubai and not due home until the next day The police suspect suicide, but Selina is convinced her husband would simply not be capable of such a selfish act and, after t


  4. says:

    This was my first book by Tamar Cohen and I very much enjoyed it I loved the style of writing it s sharp, perceptive and witty and I really felt as though I were reading about real people I was hooked from the very start and it was a book that I couldn t put down.Selina has been married to Simon for 28 years, they have 3 children and an expensive lifestyle with money seemingly in abundance Lottie has been married to Simon


  5. says:

    What s the worst that can happen when the worst that can happen has already happened Two women who have both been married one for twenty eight years with three children, the other for seventeen years with one daughter to the same man who travels a lot, suddenly come face to face with each other for thefirst time at his funeral There they learn of the existence of each other, and the novel follows their thoughts and behaviour


  6. says:

    The cover is correct, this is addictive reading However, I was disgusted and dismayed when at the end of this book the author lays the responsibility for the husband s horrible choices at the feet of the first wife It makes me wonder if this author was not a mistress herself, at some point, why is the wife to blame and not the man Also his fir...


  7. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here No It s a no from me on this one, I wanted to like it so badly and was super optimistic the whole book but at the end, absolutely not Plot two bimbos who love to take sleeping pills and not question anyone s actual decisions or movements sit around like damsels in distress while their money and lives are ripped away from them Not to mention there is


  8. says:

    It read like a trashy piece of chick lit, with a final chapter thrown in to tie up the loose ends to make it feel like the dark, psychological tale that the cover, tag line blurb promised and that it was so obviously aiming for.It wasn t especially clever and it was quite long winded There were a couple of left of field threads thrown in for no obvious reason which in no way benefited the story...


  9. says:

    Though I initially thought the premise of the book was a bit far fetched, I was quickly reeled in to the wives story lines As I read, my allegiance switched back and forth between Selina and Lottie Both women were bli...


  10. says:

    I found this one to be a bit of a low burner, but once it got going it was a good story that I found engrossing and intriguing I am glad I pushed through the initial chapters, which were just enough to hold my attention but seemed a bit extraneous to the overall plot at times The characters were reasonably well written, and there ...


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