The First Wife, Hardback
3 out of 5 (1 rating)


Despite the ten-year age gap and the differences in their backgrounds, Bailey was meant to be with Logan - she's sure of it.

It's natural that they should marry as soon as they can. But when Logan brings Bailey home to his magnificent estate on ninety wooded acres, her dreams of happily-ever-after begin to unravel.

She can't ignore the rumours about what happened to Logan's first wife, and when a local woman goes missing, all signs point to her husband.

Has Bailey made a terrible mistake trusting Logan? What happened to his first wife? Suddenly Bailey is facing an impossible decision: should she believe what everyone is saying, or should she bet her life on the man she loves, but hardly knows? Complex, compulsively readable and utterly thrilling, The First Wife is the sensational new novel from the internationally bestselling author Erica Spindler.


  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Crime & mystery
  • ISBN: 9780751551945



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Logan Abbot brings home his new wife Bailey. Both seem to be living the dream but Bailey cannot ignore rumours about what may have happened to Logans first wife.Some books I will read no matter what because of the author. This is the case with Erica Spindler. No matter what the story is, it doesn't matter as I know I will enjoy the book. I have read all of the romantic suspense novels by Ms Spindler and have enjoyed some more than others.This read isn't the best. The normal formula is there. There isn't the build up to a budding romance as the main characters are already married early on. Ms Spindler can weave a good sexy scene but again this doesn't happen. The story is a mild thriller with I have to say a predictable outcome.However I always enjoy a romantic suspense and this book isn't bad but just not the best. The book was still my comfort read and I enjoyed, but didnt love. Readable but forgettable unfortunately.

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