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Nobody’s Wife By Laura Pearson

‘Nobody’s Wife‘Nobody’s Wife’ is the latest book by Laura Pearson.

Emily and Josephine have always shared everything. They’re sisters, flatmates, and best friends. It’s the two of them against the world. When Emily has the perfect wedding, and Josephine finds the perfect man, they know things will change forever. But nothing can prepare them for what, or who, one of them is willing to give up for love. Four people. Three couples. Two sisters. One unforgivable betrayal.

At only 244 pages, this book is quite short and can easily be consumed in one sitting which is what I did. The story is seen through the perspective of the four main characters, after Michael and Emily get married. Michael is delighted to call Emily his wife, he’s besotted with her but for Emily, she feels that something is missing and when Josephine introduces her new boyfriend Jack to her sister and her husband, Emily finally figures out what is missing from her life.

As much as they try to fight it, both Emily and Jack are drawn to each other and even though they are torn at the pain that they are causing their partners, they are unable to stay away.

This book is quite the moral dilemma, obviously we all want people to have their happy ever afters but when it’s at the expense of others, then things more complicated and lines become blurred. Surprisingly, I found myself sympathising with all the characters, as they all battled with emotions and drama, but it was really Emily that I was drawn to, because she was not only hurting her sister, but also her best friend. The one person that she had become to rely on whilst growing up when their family fell apart and scenes between the pair of them made for emotional reading at times.

Wonderfully crafted and an observant insight into complexities of life and relationships, ‘Nobody’s Wife’ is a frank and honest recollection about love, obsession and betrayal.

You can buy ‘Nobody’s Wife’ from Amazon and is available to buy from good bookshops.

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