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Wife In the Mirror Paperback – February 22, 2010
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I liked Fran ALOT and Cricket also even though when he is first introduced he was a so-and-so I couldnt believe the way he acted. But after sticking up for Fran when King slapped her, he won me over.
Although I liked this story I did have three little problems:
My biggest was there wasnt a love scene between Cricket and Fran- I think this would have added more to the story because of all she had been through. Even without it you can tell Cricket would be so sweet to Fran, I would have just like to have read it
Even an epilogue would have been good. (Maybe I just wanted to read more about these two! lol)
King-- pOSSIBLE SPOILERS...
He was this bad guy all through the story then when news of what actually happened to Freddie, he just changed. He went from nearly raping Fran to crying and being nice to Cricket and just "gave" Elia to Cricket after years of using her as a sort of bargaining tool by holding her over Crickets head.
Freddie... I didnt like what had become of Freddie. I would have liked for her to have to come back and answer to what she had done.
All this said, this was in NO WAY a bad story I would recommend it to anybody!
There were some typos, true, but not enough to detract from the reading of the book.
Fran Smith wins an all expense paid cruise to Hawaii. Fran, hurting from the abuse of her step-brother turned fiancé, welcomes the escape into another world, even if only for a week. Her cruise soon turns into a nightmare when fellow passenger and cruise ship owner Cricket Royal mistakes her for his brother's thieving, conniving wife who disappeared five years earlier, leaving behind a child and a trail of intrigue and broken hearts.
I really enjoyed the read and have no problem in recommending it to others.
Kristie Leigh Maguire, author of Second Chances and other titles