Posts Tagged ‘Guilty Wives’
I read this in one day and was stressed out completely by the story! I had to turn the pages and read as fast as I could so I could get to the conclusion of the story. I’m in a mood, so it was almost too stressful. Almost…
In Guilty Wives…
Abbie Elliott and three friends leave their husbands behind and head to Monte Carlo for a girls-only four-day trip. Champagne, bikinis, and casinos. Inhibitions are left behind as the women revel in their faux singleness.
Until the morning after, when the yacht they spent the night on is raided and they are all dragged away in handcuffs. Detained and arrested in France, the four women are accused of a horrific crime. The evidence against them is damning.
But Abbie never gives up. Even when threatened and tortured, she won’t say she’s something she’s not: guilty.
Abbie’s story is a good one. One woman refuses to give in when everyone around her tells her she must. She won’t do it for her children, her husband, or her best friends. She is determined to discover the truth.
Another Patterson must-read! If you’re feeling really stressed or anxious, you might want to delay it until you’re feeling better.