THE WIFE BETWEEN US by Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen & GIVEAWAY

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ASSUME NOTHING.

Women’s fiction’s obsession with domestic psychological thrillers continues into 2018 with THE WIFE BETWEEN US (St.MartinsPress) written by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen. We know there are three sides to every story, but what’s going on between Nellie, Emma and Richard involves many, many more. Who is the liar? Who is telling the truth? Assume nothing. 

When you read this book, you will make many assumptions, but that will be a mistake. You will assume you are reading about an angry jealous ex-wife. You will assume she is obsessed with her much younger replacement who is about to marry the man they both love. You will assume you’ve figured out how this love-triangle works. Assume nothing. 

THE WIFE BETWEEN US is a fast, plot driven, twisting read that will make you almost want to tear your hair out. Just when you think you’ve figured it out, BANG, another twist. This is the first time authors Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen have teamed up together to write a novel. I say, “Well done, Ladies. Write many more.”

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You can connect with Greer Hendricks either on her website or twitter:

http://www.greerhendricks.com      @greerh

You can also contact Sarah Pekkanen on her website or twitter:

http://www.sarahpekkanen.com      @sarahpekkanen

 

Thanks to St. Martin Press, we have one copy of THE WIFE BETWEEN US to giveaway. Just tell us the the strangest thing you’ve heard of happening in a marriage – perhaps your own.  We’ll announce a winner.

Good luck!

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25 thoughts on “THE WIFE BETWEEN US by Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen & GIVEAWAY

  1. the only thing I can think of strange is finding out that my mom and dad were never married til 1990. We grew up thinking they were married and the secret came out after they both died. Strange knowing you lived in a home where your parents pretended to be married all those years you were growing up.

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  2. Not sure if this counts but my husband found out that he has a half sister who happens to live in in the same town as he does! My husband never knew his dad was married before! My husbands mom kept this a secret. More to this story of course!

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  3. We wanted to adopt a child since I wasn’t getting pregnant. We had moved around a lot with my husband’s job. Moved to a tiny town. Talked about adopting with Social Worker at church. Three weeks later we had a 20 month old daughter. Lived in that town 9 months. Everyone told us that God sent us there for the time I would have been pregnant. Surprised everyone, including us.

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  4. In the small town where I grew up, there was a couple who were married for several years. They got divorced and no one knew why…..until she married his father!

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  5. Nothing out of the ordinary,I don’t know any strange/not normal story.
    But looking forward to read this book,heard and read great things about it 🙂

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  6. The strangest thing I have heard was a husband went 20 years without speaking to his wife out of jealousy, he felt her attention and care was only for their kids. As much as she tried over those years to talk to him all he would do was grunt or not as a response. This is a married couple that lives in Japan. I think you can find the story if you Google The Incredible Sulk in Japan.

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  7. I have been wanting to read this book, the wait list at the library is so long!

    One of my friends is a widow; her husband died very unexpectedly from a heart attack. His college roommate was the godfather of her children, and he took some time off work (out of state) to come help her take care of the kids as they adjusted to life without their dad. They ended up getting married and he adopted the kids. It’s like God knew she would need him someday so He set up that friendship. It still gives me chills!

    Dianna

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  8. A marriage which was successful and beautiful even though both individuals did not speak their different languages.

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  9. My mom and dad were married for 10yrs, divorced for 7yrs, both remarried in that time then got divorced and remarried each other for another 12yrs until they finally divorced again and then my dad went and remarried the woman he was married to in between. How’s that?

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  10. I would love to win this one. No stiries here. My parents had a real love affair and were happily married for 65 years despite many setbacks and having a severely autistic child. ( my sister)

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  11. My parents divorced after 17 years both got remarried and up until my mother passed in March my father secretly still took care of her just like if they were still married. Thank you for the chance.

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  12. strangest thing i ever heard of was a husband and wife who also lived with her lover… said she couldn’t pick between the two. wow.

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  13. I read this book, too. I won an ARC from St. Martin’s Press.

    From the title, I thought it was going to be a romantic thriller. I dislike romance novels and romantic thrillers. But THE WIFE BETWEEN US is neither. Although it does describe a love triangle, it doesn’t exactly. It seems the ex-wife is stalking and terrorizing the girlfriend, but then it doesn’t.

    No one in this book is as they first seem. It felt like I was constantly having to revise my understanding of people and events. As a matter of fact, halfway through the book I wanted to stop and reread everything I had read so far.

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