Birth date: January 01, 1967
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At first I was a little annoyed by Ben, but his weird, quirky, obsessed personality grew on me. I found myself laughing often from the middle to the end of the story. I definitely didn't see the Mistress twist coming. I always like a good book that catches me off guard. #ReadingKeepsMeSane
This is an excellent case of who's the bad guy. When you have a firm answer in your mind, it never fails to have something happen to make you second guess yourself. I loved the story, but I had trouble connecting with the characters.
Stereotypes galore! Four women, all gorgeous and rich. All are unhappily married to dull or horrible men, but they’re all bright and smart and the best of friends. Three friends are white, one is black. Guess which one is a victim of domestic violence? Since he doesn’t do it regularly, these best fr...
I really liked this one. A lot of twists in the end, and I didn't find it cliche. It seemed like a fast read because of James Patterson's writing. Very short chapters which I find unique and appealing.
This was okay. There were moments that made me giggle, I love useless trivia, but overall it felt a little odd to me. The story jumped around too much and built fake suspense. I'm not sorry that I read it but I won't be doing a re-read.