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A Reliable Wife
The jacket reads, "A Reliable Wife is a debut reminiscent of the classic novels of the Brontes and du Maurier," to which I can only respond, "Do you smoke crack?" But seriously, I found this book to be unenjoyable and predictable. The "erotic" elements made me giggle, and the author's constant use of repetitive dependent clauses grew tiresome. I did find Catherine to be an interesting character, and I appreciated the amount of back story, but overall I found this a very disappointing read.
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