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Book Review: The Girlfriend by Michelle Frances

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When rich and successful TV producer Laura Cavendish met her son’s girlfriend Cherry, she thought she was beautiful but a bit shy.

She also thought that her son Daniel was in over his head because things were moving a little too fast with Cherry. He only just met her, but he was already paying for her shopping trips and overseas vacations to France.

Despite her desire to really like her son’s girlfriend, Laura can’t help but feel that Cherry is only with Daniel because of his wealth and his prestigious job as a doctor.

When she discovers that Cherry is not being completely honest about who she is, her mother’s instincts instantly kick in. Daniel means the world to her, and she will do everything to protect him from gold-digging opportunists.

Even if her son thinks Cherry is the best thing that ever happened to him.

And even if it means coming up with a cruel and unthinkable lie.

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I have to admit that I almost did not finish this book. The first few chapters were really slow and uninteresting. But then it suddenly kind of picked up speed and did not slow down its pace until the end.

It’s clever and chilling with lots of juicy and compulsive scenes. But I was underwhelmed with the ending because it felt rushed, too easy, and too convenient.

Still, if you like dark and twisty tales, The Girlfriend by Michelle Frances is something you will enjoy. It’s a very entertaining read. Just be ready to control your urge to slap when the mother and the girlfriend start getting emotionally needy and stupid.

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