Book Review: The Ex-Wife by Jess Ryder

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This book follows the story of Natasha and her husband Nick. Their life is perfect – they are happily married, they have a young daughter Emily, and Nick has a very successful, well-paying job. Natasha is a stay at home mom and has everything she could ever want. They live a life of luxury and money is not an obstacle. Nick loves his little family, doting on Natasha and Emily every chance he gets. There is just one problem…. Nick’s ex-wife Jen.

Jen seems to still have feelings for Nick, and Natasha gets the feeling that Jen wants Nick back. Jen is always calling Nick for one thing or another, even stopping by the house unexpectedly to see Nick. Nick’s sister has a new baby, and she asks Nick and Jen to be the baby’s godparents, much to the annoyance of Natasha. Nick’s family doesn’t seem to like Natasha, and even though they have been married for a few years they seem to despise her. They seem to still love Jen, they think the world of her.

The story hooks us in from the very beginning. It is a very well written story, and it tells us how Nick and Natasha first met and fell in love. When they met, Nick was still married to Jen, but eventually Natasha got pregnant and Nick decided to leave his wife Jen and get a divorce. Eventually Nick and Natasha get married.

This book was amazing! I loved how it was written, from two different point of views; part from Jen’s and part from Natasha’s. The book was also written in two different timelines; now and then. It wasn’t confusing at all to follow the story, and I really enjoyed that. The book held your attention and interest from the very beginning right through to the end. I read this book in just over a day it was that good.

There are a lot of twists and turns in this book, that are both thrilling and gripping. I loved how the story played out and how all your questions were answered in time. There were many parts of this book that had you guessing all the way through, and a few times you will find yourself questioning whose side you were on, and who was telling the truth.

The ending! Oh my gosh! Without giving too much away, I’ll leave it at that. But I loved this book and I thoroughly enjoyed it! Perfect read for any fan who loves a psychological thrilling book.

⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐

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