The Marriage Lie

by Kimberly Belle

The Marriage Lie by Kimberly Belle
Even the Perfect Marriage has its Dark Side…

Rating: 3 out of 5.




I just finished reading “The Marriage Lie”, by Kimberly Belle. It is about a woman (Iris) who is happily married to Will. One day Will leaves for a business trip but then his plane falls down and he is presumed dead. Only problem is that he wasn’t supposed to be on the plane to Seattle….where was Will really going and why did he lie?
Iris begins an investigation, first with her brother Dave, and then with her attorney/friend Owen, and what follows is a constant flurry of truths uncovered and clues found that eventually lead to the truth.
I liked this book. It started off great, with the author perfectly describing the grief and pain that Iris is going through and finding out Will isn’t who she thought he was.
As great as the story began, at some point it became a little over the top. I think it was when the story flipped from Iris and her brother to the introduction of Corban. At that point I started liking the story less, because I really enjoyed reading about Iris and her brother.
Anyway, I did like the ending…it was very satisfactory. I was happy with the main character (Iris) and the decisions that she made. Overall, I good read, but not my favourite by this author.
Happy Reading.

#domesticthriller, #psychologicalthriller, #women’sfiction, #themarriagelie, #kimberlybelle

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Published by jeanogilvie1968

I am an avid reader and I want to share my love and enthusiasm for books I read. I read both adult books and children's books and I want to share my enthusiasm with you

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