Four Wives

Four Wives Take A Peek Beyond The Perfectly Manicured Lawns Of Hunting Ridge For Four Wives Who Live There, All Is Not As It Seems Former Child Prodigy Love Welsh Can T Seem To Banish The Demons That Ended Her Career Now A Devoted Mother And Wife, Her Quest For A Resolution To Her Secret Past Will Place At Risk The Life She Has Created Her Neighbor, Part Time Divorce Attorney Marie Passeti, Struggles With A Difficult Case And Her Unexpected Feelings For The Young Intern Working At Her Side In A Mansion Across Town, Gayle Beck Enjoys The Social Status That Her Family S Old Money Guarantees, But Inside Her Fairy Tale, Life Grows Darker With Each Passing Day Gayle S Friend, Janie Kirk, Who Is Both Envied And Loathed For Her Exceptional Beauty And Expert Homemaking, Is Losing The Battle To Remain Satisfied In A Passionless Marriage, And Falls Into A Surprising AffairAs The Women Plan A Charity Gala, Their Not So Perfect Lives Are Slowly Exposed And As Springtime Comes To A Close, Each Woman Faces The Most Difficult Challenge Of All Reconciling Her Innermost Desires With The Path That She Has Chosen

Wendy Walker is a former attorney and investment banker in Fairfield County, Connecticut who began writing while at home raising her three sons Her debut thriller, All Is Not Forgotten, has become an international bestseller, published in over 23 languages Emma In The Night was published the following year and her next thriller, The Night Before, was just released and is on sale now

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  • Paperback
  • 368 pages
  • Four Wives
  • Wendy Walker
  • English
  • 14 January 2019
  • 9780312367725

10 thoughts on “Four Wives

  1. says:

    My very first novel This is the story of four women who live in wealthy suburbia When I wrote it, I was immersed in this culture, with 3 young children and many friends in town who were struggling with all kinds of issues that emerge from quitting work and staying home to raise children I was hoping to get at the heart of many of these issues in the way I structured the characters and plot More women s fiction than thriller, this book does still have a good amount of suspense and surprise as the four story lines twist and turn as one.

  2. says:

    Four Wives, the debut novel by Wendy Walker hits bookstores next month I was fortunate enough to be offered an advanced reading copy for review I don t normally say this in a review but PRE ORDER YOURS NOW The book is that good.Four Wives pokes fun at Ira Levin s Stepford Wives but without the robots Chapter Thirty is even called Stepford Wives But it s than just a well written parody about the bedroom communities of the upper middle class These Stepford wives manage to escape their artificial world an make something of themselves.The four wives in Walker s novel are Love, Marie, Gayle and Janie Each woman has her own story but Walker brings these four interesting threads together at the end to provide a satisfying and thought provoking ending I really don t want to go into these four stories together to risk spoiling anything.Most importantly, Walker s novel is a women coming together to bitch about how clueless men are They may start off believing that nonsense but as the novel progresses, the four wives start to see beyond this stereotype Walker also gives the men in the book the chance to give their points of view to round out her novel.

  3. says:

    After I read the inside cover of this book, I thought it sounded interesting and mysterious I was so excited to start it The first few chapters were a little slow I actually caught myself thiking about other things while reading which is a never a good sign Enter the lives of the four wives Janie, Love, Marie and Gayle Each one has their own mysterious life in the manicured lawns of Huntington Ridge , although I found each life becoming depressing than the last.One thing I just have to mention that I thought was strange view spoiler was Love s illness There was this whole big stink about this sharp pain in her back that kept her from walking, holding her children, and even getting out of her bed Apparently with such severe pain, it can be easily diagosed as depression And then at the end, after meeting with her father who caused this crippling depression , her back pain miraculously goes away I may be wrong here, but I have never heard of such a thing I mean, I thought the woman had a serious disease for half of the novel hide spoiler

  4. says:

    Four very different suburban wives living very different lives but all drawn together by their children and close proximity in the burbs Love, a former child prodigy hiding a secret that is causing physical unexplained pain Janie, mother of four who seems to have the perfect life but is dissatisfied with everything Marie, a divorce attorney who just can t seem to find the spark for her own life but is captivated by her clients and intern Gayle, the richest of them all hiding an abusive marriage and pill addiction.Each has to face her demons and decide what s important, what they can live with and what they can t live without.

  5. says:

    I had high expectations for Four Wives but it fell short for me It s about 4 well off women who live in the suburbs They have very different lives, but have a bond because they re kids go to school together I found it hard to keep track of the characters in the beginning I had to go back and look to see who was married to who, etc I didn t find myself liking any of the characters They didn t really have a lot of depth There were characters thrown in that I thought would be part of the story line and then they were gone I did finish it, but only because I thought there would be a twist.

  6. says:

    It s about 4 wives in suburbia NYC, and all of them have their own personal problems that they don t discuss with each other, all while juggling the drama of the suburbs In the end it s about friendship, life, love, and fixing things when they go wrong.

  7. says:

    This is my favorite kind of book There are several stories going on that are all woven together with some suspense throughout Each of the four main characters are unique and work through their own situations with intelligence I really enjoyed reading it and will read by this author.

  8. says:

    DNF Can t believe this is the same author who wrote Emma in the Night which I loved.

  9. says:

    Just read Big Little Lies, it s a much better version of this book.

  10. says:

    Fast moving story of wealthy wives living in the perfect community but each with problems in their lives.

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