Three Single Wives by Gina LaManna

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This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration.

Three Single Wives

Summary: An addictive second novel from the author of Pretty Guilty Women

A trio of women break bad after after too much wine, too many secrets, and too perfect inspiration from the bestseller they discussed at book club. No one is exactly sure what happened when night fell, but in the morning there’s one dead body and three women with a lot to lose.

During their book club meeting the previous evening, these women somehow began discussing the ways they might bury the body of an unfaithful husband. Of course, it was nothing more than a joke. None of them would ever mistake these plans as reality…

However, at brunch the next morning, the women are alarmed by a visit from the police announcing that a man is dead…in a way eerily similar to the previous night’s best laid plans. Did one woman take everything a step too far, or is the truth really more twisted than fiction?


Traveling With T’s Thoughts:

I read Pretty Guilty Women by Gina LaManna last year and enjoyed that- so when i saw she had a new book coming out- I had to request!

Three Single Wives def has a nighttime soap opera feel to it- which I love- because those shows are my JAM.


What I liked:

The COVER! Love the colors. The look. EVERYTHING.

I think my fave character was Eliza. She is not easy to forget!

Loved how the story was laid out. A good back and forth style keeps me interested and this def worked for this book!


Bottom line: Grab this for your stay at home Labor Day weekend plans and thank me later.


*This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration. All thoughts and opinions are mine alone.*


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Happy Reading and Bookishly Yours,

T @ Traveling With T

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