Paige Donahue has always lived in her sister Camille's shadow. As children, Camille had the grades, the friends, and their parents' love, while Paige was left with hand-me-downs and criticism. Now, as adults, Camille lives an idyllic life with her husband, Pierce, and her two perfect children in a beautiful home, while Paige is stuck in a small condo with bills she can't afford to pay. But no more. With seeds of doubt planted in both Camille's and Pierce's minds, Paige's plan to steal her brother-in-law starts to work. But when he reveals his decision to make his marriage work, a desperate Paige moves from envy to madness. What results from her dangerous scheme is something no one could have imagined.
©2011 Kimberla Lawson Roby (P)2011 Hachette
MY SISTERS HUSBAND
KIMBERLA LAWSON ROBY ALWAYS HAS GREAT BOOKS, MY FAVORITES BEING THOSE WITH CURTIS BLACK
Fort Worth, texas native and I love to READ!!!!
I am a HUGE fan of KLR but this is not a favorite of mine, it was an ok listen.
Hurt people hurt people.Family &.Deep dark secret come alive at the end.A mothers
love is so important Favoritism is so hurtful has well.Favoritism is dangerous.When it comes to children treat them all the same.
I always wanted to see what Paige was going to do next.
Paige because she was so obsessed with her sister's husband that she would do anything to have him.
No not yet.
Yes I was sad because Paige was ruining her sisters life but I felt sorry for her because she just wanted someone to love her.
This was a very good book. I think that the narrator did a very good job telling the story. I want to read other stories that she has narrated.
Yes. I have enjoyed all of Mrs. Roby's books
She really expresses herself like the characters and she keeps your attention at all times. Excellent narrator
Probably not. The storyline was pretty unbelievable from the beginning, so it was hard to really get into. I was really disappointed by the religious angle inserted at the end of the story. If this is the author's MO, I definitely won't listen to them again.
After listening to the book, no.
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