Wife in the Mirror

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Frances had lived her life in the shadow of beautiful parents and small town ambitions. A lucky raffle ticket opens a new window; a wide, new world. That world has its shadows, too, and one of them casts a long, dark, and strangely familiar shape over her, a shape that rewrites her history. Can it change her future, as well?

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About Emjae Edwards

Emjae considers herself a professional romantic, but don't call her work romantic fiction. Like everyone else around Inknbeans, she prefers the term contemporary relationship fiction. She started writing fiction for her grandmother more than twenty years ago, and only recently decided to pick up quill and ink and begin again, after toiling far too long as a technical writer.

She lives in a little castle on a hilltop in Southern California with the demanding and indifferent Lord Mogwollen, her collection of tea pots, crochet hooks and coffees from around the world. She is the last living Dodgers fan.

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Gimme Words reviewed on April 25, 2010

I greatly enjoyed this story. The heroine is just minding her own business when the carpet is pulled out from under her and her life. The author's vivid descriptions enable the reader to see, hear, and smell the wonders of Hawaii as Fran's experiences range from luxurious penthouse suites to a desperate race through jungles at gunpoint.
(reviewed 11 days after purchase)
Kristie Leigh Maguire reviewed on March 15, 2010

Wife in the Mirror is a tightly woven romantic mystery filled with plenty of twists, turns, and adventure.

Fran Smith wins an all expense paid cruise to Hawaii. Fran, hurting from the abuse of her step-brother turned fiancé, welcomes the escape into another world, even if only for a week. Her cruise soon turns into a nightmare when fellow passenger and cruise ship owner Cricket Royal mistakes her for his brother’s thieving, conniving wife who disappeared five years earlier, leaving behind a child and a trail of intrigue and broken hearts.

Wife in the Mirror has a few errors of run together words, most likely due to formatting problems, but not enough to hinder the story. I really enjoyed the read and have no problem in recommending it to others.

Kristie Leigh Maguire, author of Second Chances and other titles - (http://kristieleighmaguire.com)
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)

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