This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration.
The Marriage Lie
Summary: Even the perfect marriage has its dark side…
Iris and Will’s marriage is as close to perfect as it can be: a large house in a nice Atlanta neighborhood, rewarding careers and the excitement of trying for their first baby. But on the morning Will leaves for a business trip to Orlando, Iris’s happy world comes to an abrupt halt. Another plane headed for Seattle has crashed into a field, killing everyone on board, and according to the airline, Will was one of the passengers on this plane.
Grief-stricken and confused, Iris is convinced it all must be a huge misunderstanding. But as time passes and there is still no sign of Will, she reluctantly accepts that he is gone. Still, Iris needs answers. Why did Will lie about where he was going? What is in Seattle? And what else has he lied about? As Iris sets off on a desperate quest to find out what her husband was keeping from her, the answers she receives will shock her to her very core.
Traveling With T’s Thoughts:
Wowza, this book was so good. It was a curl up on the couch with Sir Thomas, have a big cup of hot chocolate and just read type of read.
I loved how Iris’s family really supported her and especially loved the relationship with her brother.
The mystery was great. There were layers and I loved peeling them back, making guesses and seeing where Kimberly was taking the readers.
What I liked:
The cover! It’s bold. It hints at so much.
The dilemma that Kimberly presents- how much do you really know about your spouse?
The ending. That is all I will say.
Bottom line: If this book is not on your TBR list, it should be.
*This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration. All thoughts and opinions are mine alone.*
**The Marriage Lie was a December #FuturisticFriday selection of Traveling With T.**
Happy Reading and Bookishly Yours,
T @ Traveling With T
2 thoughts on “#FuturisticFriday review: The Marriage Lie by Kimberly Belle”
I agree with you 100% – this was a fantastic book.
It truly was! I really enjoyed it and would LOVE to see it made into a movie!