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!Download Kindle Ô The Wife Who Knew Too Much × From Michele Campbell, The Bestselling Author Of It S Always The Husband Comes A New Blockbuster Thriller In The Wife Who Knew Too MuchTabitha Girard Had Her Heart Broken Years Ago By Connor Ford He Was Preppy And Handsome She Was A Pool Girl At His Country Club Their Affair Should Have Been A Summer Fling But It Meant Everything To TabithaYears Later, Connor Comes Back Into Tabitha S Life Older, Richer, And Desperately Unhappy He Married For Money, A Wealthy, Neurotic, Controlling Woman Whom He Never Loved He Has Always Loved TabithaWhen Connor S Wife Nina Takes Her Own Life, He S Free He Can Finally Be With Tabitha Nina S Home, Windswept, Can Be Theirs It Seems To Be A Perfect Ending To A Fairy Tale Romance That Began So Many Years Ago But Then, Tabitha Finds A Diary I M Writing This To Raise An Alarm In The Event Of My Untimely Death, It Begins If I Die Unexpectedly, It Was Foul Play, And Connor Was Behind It Connor And Her Who Is Connor Ford Why Did He Marry Nina Is Tabitha His True Love, Or A Convenient Affair As The Police Investigate Nina S Death, Is She A Convenient Suspect As Tabitha Is Drawn Deeper Into The Dark Glamour Of A Life She Is Ill Prepared For, It Becomes Clear To Her That What A Wife Knows Can Kill Her Curiosity.and all that.Gonna get cha in a lotta trouble.The Wife Who Knew Too Much plays out with the inner nudge of a female persuasion to always draw aside the curtain We all seem programmed to not let sleeping dogs lie Why do we poke at something relentlessly until it sinks its teeth into us Tabitha Girard leans against the wall of The Grill for a moment s reprieve from a heavy night of waitressing Her shift is almost over, but her feet just want to find the door That s what she has l Curiosity.and all that.Gonna get cha in a lotta trouble.The Wife Who Knew Too Much plays out with the inner nudge of a female persuasion to always draw aside the curtain We all seem programmed to not let sleeping dogs lie Why do we poke at something relentlessly until it sinks its teeth into us Tabitha Girard leans against the wall of The Grill for a moment s reprieve from a heavy night of waitressing Her shift is almost over, but her feet just want to find the door That s what she has left after a failed marriage to the devious Derek Cassidy who s doing time in prison Tabitha makes one last run to take the drink order from a young man at the bar When he turns around, she almost faints It s Connor Ford She and Connor had quite the relationship back in high school That very night, Tabitha and Connor are destined to re create old times back at the ski resort lodge where Connor is staying Ah, Tabitha, you should have closed out this guy s tab and left it on the bar.Michele Campbell creates an entertaining novel wrapped around the games that people play But there seems to be the usual formula happening here Guy and girl rekindle romance only to have deep, deep secrets float to the surface Girl starts sinking quickly into this quicksand when she can t leave well enough alone It was a 3.5 for me kicked up to 4 stars Campbell knows her way around a novel, but I d sure like to see her grab something less predictable andinvolved I m looking forward to a puzzle packed one in the future.I received a copy of this novel through NetGalley for an honest review My thanks to St Martin s Press and to Michele Campbell for the opportunity I was a huge fan of A Stranger on the Beach so I was SO excited to be approved for an ARC of The Wife Who Knew Too Much.This one gripped me from the first page I was immediately sucked into Nina s diary entry I was equally absorbed by Tabitha and Conner s story, fascinated by the way their outrageous and shitty choices had domino effect after domino effect on other people.Then the twists began and things became really interesting Thank you to Michelle Campbell, St Martin s Press and Netgalle I was a huge fan of A Stranger on the Beach so I was SO excited to be approved for an ARC of The Wife Who Knew Too Much.This one gripped me from the first page I was immediately sucked into Nina s diary entry I was equally absorbed by Tabitha and Conner s story, fascinated by the way their outrageous and shitty choices had domino effect after domino effect on other people.Then the twists began and things became really interesting Thank you to Michelle Campbell, St Martin s Press and Netgalley for giving me this ARC in exchange for an honest review This is one of my records finishing a book in five freaking hours because I wanted to know what s gonna happen next and I was over excited I got emails or comments asking me out of the curiosity how I can read so many books in such a short time Well, I have three answers for that Using same fast reading technique since I was a nerd college student who preferred beers and cheap tequila over great wine selections nerdy moron , practice makes it perfect and if I get a fast pacing, heart thro This is one of my records finishing a book in five freaking hours because I wanted to know what s gonna happen next and I was over excited I got emails or comments asking me out of the curiosity how I can read so many books in such a short time Well, I have three answers for that Using same fast reading technique since I was a nerd college student who preferred beers and cheap tequila over great wine selections nerdy moron , practice makes it perfect and if I get a fast pacing, heart throbbing, mind blowing thriller in my head, I obsessively read it till I finish it Life stops My obligations and responsibilities are needed to be procrastinated I don t sleep, don t eat unless someone feed me, I only use my spare hand to raise my glass and drinkwine and I prefer adult diapers not to lose much time yeap, I used them with my big girl pants lately when I went to the theater to watch Invisible Man which I highly recommend and Elizabeth Moss is unique talent So I have second thoughts about this book even though I really really really liked its fast paced, surprising, twisty, whirlwind, moving story It started with as an angsty romance story about young lovers drifted apart because of a mean, heartless, rich and old witch Soap opera alerts Poor, young, na ve, genuine, sweet Tabitha, living with her grandparent working at the country club, serving to rich people caught attention of charming, popular Connor Ford They fell in love when they were young and innocent but Connor s rich grandmother doesn t approve their relationship Class and social status differences tear them apart and after nearly 13 years, divorced, losing her job at hospital from a felony she didn t commit, still poor, devastated Tabitha encounters with the love of her life at the restaurant she s waitressing So far it was like a second chance romance story and you start making aaawww sounds and feel your heart warm with love and passion But don t do that Because Connor married with a very rich, powerful and also neurotic and controlling, paranoid and jealous woman, yes we re talking about redhead, 50 years old, stylish, paparazzis favorite celebrity Nina if this would be a movie, I wish they cast Julianne Moore to play her She would have killed it and at the beginning of the book, she tells us she thinks her husband has an affair and he wants her dead Yes, Connor boy s entire brownie scores destroyed by this statement, or dear diary confession I m not spillingbeans But as you may imagine, Nina is dead Sweet Tabitha finds herself in a situation she is completely trapped and she has no way out and she is in love with Connor so badly but is she so na ve not to see his real face Could he be killer Or could she do something for crime of passion Or tons of enemies did something to Nina And as a last conclusion could Nina do something to herself and tease us from the beginning Overall I have complex feelings about the book Romance parts were still good and from the beginning even though she acted a little na ve, I believe in that Tabitha has golden heart and I empathize her deeply She was the only good guy of the book But ending action packed parts were a little long and kept repeating itself The conclusion was a little dissatisfying but it was still reasonable But when it comes to whodunit part, it was so obvious, even though I shut down my spidey senses, I could easily find it because it seems like all the arrows show the perpetrator from the beginning There were so many clue crumbles take us a short cut to Hansel Gretel s candy house In other words it was so foreseeable to find whodunit So my latest stars 3.5 but I really liked fast building high tension, Tabitha and dead wife s POVed story telling, surprising twists, unexpected revelations You feel like you re running a marathon wearing two size smaller shoes and you want to keep running by ignoring the bleeding in your feet because you like view, you like pumping adrenaline into your veins and you re drunk with endorphin That s what this book made me feel So as a result I m rounding up my 3.5 stars to 4 and getting out of here Special thanks to NetGalley and St Martin s Press for sending me one of my favorite thriller author s ARC in exchange my honest review.bloginstagramfacebooktwitter The Wife Who Knew Too Much starts with ultra wealthy Nina writing a letter saying that if she is found dead, that it was her husband who killed her Connor is about twenty years younger than Nina, they ve only been married a couple of years, their courtship could be measured in weeks months, and yes, he was dazzled by her wealth and once he got to experience it, he didn t want to give it up But, did he kill her Tabitha had a summer romance with Connor when she was seventeen and he was nineteen, The Wife Who Knew Too Much starts with ultra wealthy Nina writing a letter saying that if she is found dead, that it was her husband who killed her Connor is about twenty years younger than Nina, they ve only been married a couple of years, their courtship could be measured in weeks months, and yes, he was dazzled by her wealth and once he got to experience it, he didn t want to give it up But, did he kill her Tabitha had a summer romance with Connor when she was seventeen and he was nineteen, until Connor s well to do grandmother made him stop stop seeing Tabitha They haven t seen each other in twenty years but then he walks into the restaurant where Tabitha is a waitress and he wants to continue where they left off, despite the fact that he is married to Nina After asking Tabitha to wait for him, Connor practically ghosts her, once he has to go home to Nina Then Nina ends up dead, in a suspected suicide Or was it suicide Against anyone s better judgement, Connor and Tabitha quickly marry and Tabitha learns that maybe the hardworking, never enough money, waitressing life was a much better deal than the life she has just entered into Despite the riches, the glamor, the mansion, cars, helicopters, all the trappings of wealth, Tabitha realizes her life really may blow up in a very bad way, as she begins to doubt her husband s innocence in the death of Nina She s trapped and she doesn t know who she can trust This is a very quick read and there are a yacht load of people who d like to bring down Connor and Tabitha Rich does not look like a good thing in this book, with all the back stabbing, hating, jealous people surrounding the couple Among all this animosity, could Connor be Tabitha s worst enemy Thank you to St Martin s Press and NetGalley for this ARC