The Girlfriend

The Girlfriend by Michelle Frances

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Rought upbringing should not define one’s future, right? Cherry is convinced that she was born to live a life of privilege. She is ashamed of her impoverished childhood and resents her mother for the choices she’s made and her low life goals. So when handsome and well-off Daniel walks into her life – she makes it her mission to marry him. Luring Daniel into her arms was easy, but Cherry underestimated his overprotective mother and the measures she would take to separate the couple.

I loved the novel, especially since it was told from both Cherry and Laura’s perspectives. The reader is given the opportunity to observe each woman’s point. Although both Cherry and Laura crossed the lines in the attempts to make the decision for Daniel, the idea of the plot is very entertaining. I enjoyed reading about the rivalry of two very strong and smart characters. Neither woman gave up the opportunity to fight for their goals. This novel deserves all of my five stars and I would recommend it to all thriller lovers out there. In a sea of great thriller novels, it is hard to come upon an intriguing and daring plot. Thank you, NetGalley and Pan Macmillan publisher for a free copy of the novel.

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