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The Marriage Lie Everyone Has Secrets.Iris 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 Another Plane Headed For Seattle Has Crashed Into A Field, Killing Everyone On Board, And, According To The Airline, Will Was One Of The Passengers.Grief Stricken And Confused, Iris Is Convinced It All Must Be A Huge Misunderstanding Why Did Will Lie About Where He Was Going What Is In Seattle And What Else Had He Lied About As Iris Sets Off On A Desperate Quest To Find Out What Her Husband Was Keeping From Her, The Answers She Receives Will Shock Her To Her Very Core.

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  1. says:

    Spoilers Until the 80% mark, this book was a solid 4 4.5 stars Good plot, good characters, great pacing with a highly engaging prose So why one star We ll come back to that It starts off with a plane crash, one in which Will Griffith had been a passenger Will, you see, never should have been on that flight In the aftermath of this tragedy, the grieving widow is confronted with a situation that indicates the marriage was based on mistruths Will was far from who he said he was I mean, t Spoilers Until the 80% mark...


  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 must read and I had to get my hands on it As always, her recommendation didn t disappoint and ...


  3. says:

    3.5 stars Ever wish that you just didn t have to rate a book That you could simply read it, ponder its significance, or lack thereof, and thengaspmove 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 all we become those trees, crashing down 3.5 stars Ever wish that you just didn t have to rate a book That you could simply read it, ponder its significance, or lack thereof, and thengaspmove 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 all we become those trees, crashing down soundlessly in deserted forests But sometimes it s hard being critical, dammit And not every emotion can be adequately explained or fairly measured through a limited band of stars I ll give it a shot, though, so my experi...


  4. says:

    Audiobook. I can t take another moment of this parade of mourners says Iris Me Either Iris is exasperating to listen to My Will My Will My 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 Iris is a psychologist Frightening Just frightening 2 stars FOR ME.at the same time I DO UNDERSTAND READERS ENJOYING Audiobook. I can t take another moment of this parade of mourners says Iris Me Either Iris is exasperating to listen to My Will My Will My Wil...


  5. says:

    Surprisingly good thriller about a widow determined to find out about her late husband s mysterious pastMarried to her husband Will for seven years, Iris couldn t be happier Her friends warn her that the seven year itch is approaching, but she and Will are still blissfully in love Sounds too good to be true, right Well when Will unexpectedly dies in a plane crash, Iris learns that the man she married was not the man she thought he was She begins digging into her husband s past and discov Surprisingly good thriller about a widow determined to find out about her late husband s mysterious pastMarried to her husband Will for seven years, Iris couldn t be happier Her friends warn her that the seven year itch is approaching, bu...


  6. says:

    Review was originally published on Through the Chapters Blog 2.5 stars The story has a promising beginning The plot is evolving quickly, bringing the readers to the core of the narrative.Being 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 w...


  7. says:

    Although the story is not very original, it still had a few surprises This book had my attention from the very beginning and kept it till the very end I m impressed, a very good read.


  8. 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 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 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...


  9. 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 peels away the layers of the foundation her marriage was built upon, one sho 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 peels away the layers of the foundation her marriage was built upon, one shocking revelation after another is unearthed, until Iris finds herself in deep trouble, unsure what or whom to believe or trust.Was Will on the plane that crashed Could he still be alive If so, why did he lie to her Did Will place Iris in danger The stories centered around double lives or big secrets revealed after the sudden death of a spouse has always drawn me into th...


  10. says:

    Wow This was one rollercoaster ride of a great book In fact, I am still feeling the adrenaline rush of that last sentence Most definitely one of my favorite books I have read this year

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