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The Marriage Lie

Everyone has secretsIris and Will have been married for seven years and their marriage is as close to perfect as it can be But on the morning Will leaves for a business trip to Florida Iris' happy world comes to an abrupt halt Ano. 35 starsEver wish that you just didn t have to rate a book That you could simply read it ponder its significance or lack thereof and then gaspmove on For us avid reviewers here on Goodreads that s not really an option We take our job very seriously as we should because there is an emptiness that lingers after finishing a book when we don t outwardly express our thoughts in some way It can almost feel as though we didn t read the book at allwe become those trees crashing down soundlessly in deserted forests But sometimes it s hard being critical dammit And not every emotion can be adeuately explained or fairly measured through a limited band of stars I ll give it a shot though so my experience with this book doesn t friggen disintegrate I m giving this book three and half stars but it s a really GOOD three and a half stars I loved the premise of this story and the writing in the beginning did a tremendous job pulling me in It was impressive and had me flipping those pages like the animalistic page flipper I can sometimes be dying to know what was going on and where all the suspense was leading Lies lies liesand then some lies That is the basis of this story After her husband is killed in a plane crash Iris learns that Will was not at all the man she thought he was This book then becomes driven by Iris s frantic chase of the truth as she gathers shocking bits and pieces of her husband s past and struggles to fit them all togetherThis story expertly poses the uestion Can you truly know someone if everything they ve ever told you about themselves is a lie And then attempts to answer this uestion through a plot overflowing with doubt and suspicion You will uestion the validity of everything and it is addicting to say the least My ualms can best be expressed through a strange comparison of a beloved old game show I used to watch with my grandmother The 10000 Pyramid with host Dick Clark I m referring to the speed round at the end when the winning pair of contestants guess at category titles listed on the pyramid The answers typically go like this Things a mortician would sayWhile reading I felt as though every single character in this book could have been neatly pressed inside one of those golden triangles of stereotypes on that pyramid The criminals did and said what you d expect them to The lawyer was a textbook case The psychologist said everything you d expect a ualified psychologist to say The gay man fit the hollywood stereotype to a T The pretty popular girl in high school was as generic as they come and I think you get the point It felt like this author played strictly by the rules not venturing too far outside the box while composing her cast of characters and it didn t really seem as if the use of stereotypes was necessary to enhance this plot as sometimes is the case I know my complaint is pretty elaborate but the thing is I really did enjoy this read namely the first half The second half began to lose its spark a bit but the first fifty percent or so was solid enjoyment Then there s the very endingthat final tiny twist after the twist that sneaks in as uietly as a whisper but changes the dynamic entirely Kind of crazy and I kind of loved itA good read that I d recommend to thriller seekers And possibly The 10000 Pyramid show lovers Ill Be Yours for Christmas (Harlequin Blaze, years and their marriage is as close to perfect as it can be But on the morning Will leaves for a business trip to Florida Iris' happy world comes to an abrupt halt Ano. 35 starsEver wish that Her Babys Bodyguard (Eagle Squadron you just didn t have to rate a book That If Wishes Were...Daddies you could simply read it ponder its significance or lack thereof and then gaspmove on For us avid reviewers here on Goodreads that s not really an option We take our job very seriously as we should because there is an emptiness that lingers after finishing a book when we don t outwardly express our thoughts in some way It can almost feel as though we didn t read the book at allwe become those trees crashing down soundlessly in deserted forests But sometimes it s hard being critical dammit And not every emotion can be adeuately explained or fairly measured through a limited band of stars I ll give it a shot though so my experience with this book doesn t friggen disintegrate I m giving this book three and half stars but it s a really GOOD three and a half stars I loved the premise of this story and the writing in the beginning did a tremendous job pulling me in It was impressive and had me flipping those pages like the animalistic page flipper I can sometimes be dying to know what was going on and where all the suspense was leading Lies lies liesand then some lies That is the basis of this story After her husband is killed in a plane crash Iris learns that Will was not at all the man she thought he was This book then becomes driven by Iris s frantic chase of the truth as she gathers shocking bits and pieces of her husband s past and struggles to fit them all togetherThis story expertly poses the uestion Can West of Heaven you truly know someone if everything they ve ever told Putting Out of Your Mind you about themselves is a lie And then attempts to answer this uestion through a plot overflowing with doubt and suspicion You will uestion the validity of everything and it is addicting to say the least My ualms can best be expressed through a strange comparison of a beloved old game show I used to watch with my grandmother The 10000 Pyramid with host Dick Clark I m referring to the speed round at the end when the winning pair of contestants guess at category titles listed on the pyramid The answers typically go like this Things a mortician would sayWhile reading I felt as though every single character in this book could have been neatly pressed inside one of those golden triangles of stereotypes on that pyramid The criminals did and said what Under the Knife / Whistleblower you d expect them to The lawyer was a textbook case The psychologist said everything Warrior Rising (The Esri you d expect a ualified psychologist to say The gay man fit the hollywood stereotype to a T The pretty popular girl in high school was as generic as they come and I think Mistress at a Price you get the point It felt like this author played strictly by the rules not venturing too far outside the box while composing her cast of characters and it didn t really seem as if the use of stereotypes was necessary to enhance this plot as sometimes is the case I know my complaint is pretty elaborate but the thing is I really did enjoy this read namely the first half The second half began to lose its spark a bit but the first fifty percent or so was solid enjoyment Then there s the very endingthat final tiny twist after the twist that sneaks in as uietly as a whisper but changes the dynamic entirely Kind of crazy and I kind of loved itA good read that I d recommend to thriller seekers And possibly The 10000 Pyramid show lovers

review ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ö Kimberly Belle

Ther plane headed for Seattle has crashed into a field killing everyone on board and according to the airline Will was one of the passengersGrief stricken and confused Iris is convinced it all must be a huge misunderstanding Why d. Okay first off I am definitely all about how a book makes me feel while reading and after finishing it The emotions can either be positive or negative doesn t matter it just has to make me feel something Have you ever felt like you were just reading a book just to finish it To be totally honest that is how I felt It just seemed like I was just reading it and knew what was going to happen next Although I did like the storyline and the characters which kept me interested enough to finish this book otherwise it was definitely a strange feeling for meTHE MARRIAGE LIE by KIMBERLY BELLE is a good domestic psychological thriller that had me pretty engaged and interested throughout the first half of this book Then it fell a little bit flat as I could see where everything was headed and there were no real surprises for me along the way or even on the outcome So with that being said I am pretty sure that is why it just wasn t a better read for me KIMBERLEY BELL does deliver a well written and interestingly enough read here but with typical characters I did really like the premise of this story and needed some clarification on some of the events that transpired to keep me wanting to turn those pages to get to the ending To sum it all up it was an interesting slow paced suspenseful uick and easy read with a satisfying and twist ending Would I recommend if asked Sure it was still mostly enjoyableAll of Brenda and my reviews can be found on our sister blog The Prince of Pleasure (The Wilde Brothers, you ever felt like Hers to Protect you were just reading a book just to finish it To be totally honest that is how I felt It just seemed like I was just reading it and knew what was going to happen next Although I did like the storyline and the characters which kept me interested enough to finish this book otherwise it was definitely a strange feeling for meTHE MARRIAGE LIE by KIMBERLY BELLE is a good domestic psychological thriller that had me pretty engaged and interested throughout the first half of this book Then it fell a little bit flat as I could see where everything was headed and there were no real surprises for me along the way or even on the outcome So with that being said I am pretty sure that is why it just wasn t a better read for me KIMBERLEY BELL does deliver a well written and interestingly enough read here but with typical characters I did really like the premise of this story and needed some clarification on some of the events that transpired to keep me wanting to turn those pages to get to the ending To sum it all up it was an interesting slow paced suspenseful uick and easy read with a satisfying and twist ending Would I recommend if asked Sure it was still mostly enjoyableAll of Brenda and my reviews can be found on our sister blog

Kimberly Belle Ö 5 Free download

Id Will lie about where he was going What is in Seattle And what else had he lied aboutAs Iris sets off on a desperate uest to find out what her husband was keeping from her the answers she receives will shock her to her very core. Wow I can t I can t I CAN T LISTEN ANYMOREI may look for the written version sometime but this book is terrible on audio Iris with her whining crying and oh my goshuh uh nope


10 thoughts on “The Marriage Lie

  1. says:

    SpoilersUntil the 80% mark this book was a solid 445 stars Good plot good characters great pacing with a highly engaging prose So why

  2. says:

    This book was the definition of suspense and compulsive reading I didn’t want to put it down As this was my first experience with a Kimberly Belle novel I wasn’t sure what to expect but my Nana Book Bestie assured me it was a mus

  3. says:

    35 starsEver wish that you just didn’t have to rate a book? That you could simply read it ponder its signific

  4. says:

    Audiobook I can't take another moment of this parade of mourners says Iris Me EitherIris is exasperating to listen to My WillMy WillMy Will he is supposed to be in Orlando I'm exhausted listening to Iris repeat herself whine like a two year old be rude to everyone around her yucky verbally rude I just stopped caring about the story

  5. says:

    Okay first off I am definitely all about how a book makes me feel while reading and after finishing it The emotions can either be positive or negative doesn't matter it just has to make me feel something Have you ever felt

  6. says:

    Surprisingly good thriller about a widow determined to find out about her late husband’s mysterious past Married to her husband Will for seven

  7. says:

    The Marriage Lie by Kimberly Belle is a 2017 MIRA publication Wow The Marriage Lie is an outstanding domestic thriller that captured my attention from page one and never let go Iris and Will are happily married blissful even until Will leaves town on a business trip As word trickles back to her that Will may have been on an ill fated flight Iris discovers her husband may not be the man she thought he was As she

  8. says:

    Wow I can't I can't I CAN'T LISTEN ANYMOREI may look for the written version sometime but this book is terrible on audio Iris with her whining crying and oh my goshuh uh nope

  9. says:

    We had the honour of Kimberly Belle joining us for a A in the Behind the Pages group To View what Kimberly had to say about her books review Thi

  10. says:

    Review was originally published on Through the Chapters|Blog25 starsThe story has a promising beginning The plot is evolving uickly bringing the readers to the core of the narrativeBeing said that Iris and Will is a happily married couple for seven years now and they still seem madly in love But their safe heaven has been destroyed when Iris finds out that her husband was a victim of the plane crush which he wasn’t s

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