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June 1, 2017



Psychological Thriller

pages 454

Paperback £4.00 Amazon Or £4.46 Book Depository

I bought my own copy from Book Depository.

A girl. A boy. His mother. And the lie she’ll wish she’d never told.
Laura has it all a successful career, a long marriage to a rich husband, and a twenty-three year-old son, Daniel, who is kind, handsome, and talented.
Then Daniel meets Cherry. Cherry is young, beautiful and smart but she hasn’t had the same opportunities as Daniel. And she wants Laura’s life.
Cherry comes to the family wide-eyed and wants to be welcomed with open arms, but Laura suspects she’s not all that she seems.
When tragedy strikes, an unforgiveable lie is told. It is an act of desperation, but the fall-out will change their lives forever.


As soon as I started reading the first sentence of The Girlfriend I just knew that an evil adventure was going to happen.

The games that people play, one evil lie to someone can come back and bite you.

Rich mother Laura takes an instant dislike to her son Daniel’s girlfriend Cherry. Laura thinks that Cherry is a gold digger and just wants her Daniel for his money.

After a freak accident Daniel is in a coma. Laura doesn’t want Cherry anywhere near the hospital to visit her son.

All the way through I had to remind myself to breathe.

Sometimes Laura is a mother you want to hate. How can Laura be any kind of mother she tells Cherry that Daniel had just died when he hadn’t?

Trust me this story heats up so much with Laura going to any lengths to keep Cherry away from Daniel.

When Cherry finds out Daniel is not dead, Cherry wants revenge on Laura and she going to make sure Laura pays for her lies.

This story is full of who has the most power to destroy who the most Cherry or Laura?

If you are a fan of a psychological thriller with added evil chilling characters then I One hundred percent urge you to buy The Girlfriend by Michelle Frances. If you buy it and you don’t like it then please do let me know. 

I cant wait for the next book by Michelle Frances.





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