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Girlfriend, I’m gonna tell your boyfriend. Michelle Frances’ psychological thriller THE GIRLFRIEND is about a girl who meets a boy, and his mother, and a doozy of a lie. If this were a movie, you better believe I would shriek a few times or at least jumping in my seat. For real, I had a couple of talk-back at the book moments as I was trying to warn a hero or two, as if they could hear me. I like the major female action that was event in this book just because it wasn’t your typical, well, I don’t wish to spoil anything. Trust me, this is worth the build-up that is to come when you read ’s a guessing game, scared of what’s around the corner, Glenn Close boil some bunnies kind of situation and that’s all you need to know.
Compelling characters, a twisting plot, and a dynamic ending make The Girlfriend a truly thrilling read. If you enjoyed Girl on the Train or Gone Girl, you'll definitely wish to read The e story is mainly told from two perspectives: that of Laura, Daniel's mother, and Cherry, Daniel's girlfriend. Laura and her son share a very close bond, and she is understandably protective of her child. Cherry, on the other hand, is a young woman with a mission: she wants to marry a rich man who will take her away from the poverty she grew up in. What I loved about this book is that neither woman is entirely evil nor entirely good. Both women do very not good things to block the other from access to Daniel, but at the same time, they aren't monsters. (At least not at the beginning...)The tension in the story begins slowly, but not too slowly. At the beginning, both women wish to bond with the other, but neither can seem to create the jump. Laura is wary of Cherry, and Cherry is insecure around Daniel's wealthy, cultured mother. As the plot develops, each woman becomes more obsessed with possessing Daniel, and thus go to more and more extremes to victory him over. There were a lot of times when I was squirming because I couldn't believe some of the antics these women pulled.I could not place this book down, and I read it in a very short time. I simply had to search out what was going to happen. Luckily, the ending did not disappoint. I won't say any more because of spoilers, but I loved how the writer brought all of the happenings to their e Girlfriend was a thrilling, spellbinding read, and I can't wait for more from this author. Five out of five anks to Netgalley and Kensington Books for the review copy.
MY REVIEW OF “THE GIRLFRIEND” BY MICHELLE FRANCESKudos to Michelle Frances, author of “The Girlfriend” for writing such an intense psychological thriller. What is the expression, ” A son is a son till he takes a wife, a daughter is a daughter for the rest of your life?” Well, it’s happened. Your fabulously educated and unbelievable son has found “her”. You know, the girl of his dreams , his future forever. Isn’t this supposed to be what you always wanted for your son to be happy? But, what if “her” is just not the right girl for him?Michelle Frances describes her characters as complicated, complex and some are dysfunctional to say the least. Laura has the excellent son, Daniel who is becoming a physician. Since Laura has a dysfunctional and lonely marriage, Laura also loves the opportunity to be part of her son’s life, in an obsessive way. Daniel is a loving son, a giving person and has met the girl of his dreams, Cherry. Unfortunately, Cherry is a nightmare to Laura, and with amazing reason. Cherry is extremely ambitious, not necessarily in her true estate position, but her goals in life. Cherry wants more, than she had as a kid growing up in a lower economic area. As a matter of fact Cherry wants it all, at any cost.Who said that ” All is fair in love and war?” This story reminds me of “War of the Roses” only between an obsessed mother and an unstable girlfriend.I would highly recommend this captivating and intriguing story for readers that love a amazing psychological thriller with twists and turns and suspense. I received an Advanced Reading Copy for my honest review. Oh, WARNING: This is a very hard book to place down when you have started it!! Satisfied Reading!
I read this in two days! Simply couldn't place it down. Perfect hero study of a mom, her son and his girlfriend. Who's right? Who's wrong? Until the very end, I switched back and forth on what I thought. The mother was a borderline control freak and the girlfriend came to the relationship with a lot of baggage. As with any character, there were lots of flaws and yet, they both had some amazing qualities.If you're looking for a hero driven story with an perfect plot, I highly suggest this one!
I really loved this book. Cherry was a nut job. I did not like her from the beginning because of the method she treated her mother. Boo hoo - she wasn't rich. Cherry claims she did not have the means to go to university. What they don't have student loans in the U.K.? Just a gold for Laura, she may have created some poor choices but what mother won't for her is is a chick thriller\mystery. Easy, fast read. I recommend. Have fun
Very amazing indeed! Believable characters and a amazing plot. I do think the authoress could have got more out of the ending, i.e., in terms of suspense, as I felt it was condensed into a few paragraphs and had it been more drawn out, it would have had a greater impact on the reader, but I definitely recommend and am looking forward to her next novel!
Perfect book w/ a amazing concept. There was one chapter near the end that was overly redundant which was annoying, but everything else was great. They state, "The 12 Week Year" a gazillions times which is also overly redundant. Those are private pet peeves however.
I really recommend this book to anyone working towards private goals or trying to organize your life. Brian Moran really hit the tag for me to stop making excuses and begin making set plans. I really started to think about where I wanted to be in 5 years and how to obtain there. This book has opened my eyes to fresh possibilities, I hope it will do the same for you.