Book Review: The Good Widow by Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke

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Gripping, suspenseful, deceitful. Oh the lies! I loved this book!

Jacqueline Morales (known as Jacks) is an elementary school teacher. Her husband is gone to Kansas on a work business trip and she hears a knock on her door one day. Jacks opens the door to two police officers who have some devastating news. Her husband has been in a car accident and was found dead – in Hawaii… and he was not alone…

Devastated by the news of the death of her husband, Jacks is also confused as to why he was found in Hawaii. That can’t be possible… They must be mistaken… Her husband was in Kansas. Or was he? And to be told he wasn’t alone but was with someone else? Jacks is not sure how that is possible. Did her husband lie to her? And if it was him in Hawaii, why was he there and who was he with? Jacks has a lot of unanswered questions, on top of dealing with the recent news of her husband’s death.

After laying her husband to rest, Jacks gets another visitor at her door. It is a man who introduces himself as Nick, the fiance of the woman who was found dead in Hawaii with her husband. Both Jacks and Nick have no idea why their significant others were together, in Hawaii, and want answers to what happened on that fateful night.

Nick suggests they both fly to Hawaii and retrace the steps that their significant others took to get some answers – visit the hotel and ask the locals if they have seen the couple together and go from there. Even visiting the location where the “accident” took place, claiming both their lives.

As the story continues, secrets are revealed and lies are exposed, and everything is not as it seems. Be sure to buckle yourself in for this bumpy roller coaster of a ride, and you will not be disappointed. There are a lot of twists and turns, and oh my gosh moments that I was definitely not expecting. Wait until the very end, where the biggest shock of all is revealed.

I loved reading this book it was fantastic from beginning to end. It was hard to put down and I recommend this book for all, especially fans of thriller and suspense type books.

⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐

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