A Beautiful, Terrible Thing: A Memoir of Marriage and Betrayal

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"Psychopaths are manipulative, remorseless. They feel no guilt. What would happen if you thought you might be married to one? Jen Waite loves her husband. Marco is sexy, funny, her best friend--and he makes her feel like the most important person in the world. When they have their first baby, her life feels perfect. But then, just three weeks later, she accidentally reads an e-mail that she was never supposed to see, and it is as if someone has aimed a wrecking ball at her life. When Marco swears that what she saw was a ...

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toReadistoEscape

Sep 9, 2017

boring

I received a copy of this book courtesy of NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

I don't want to be critical of a Memoir. However, this book was not what I expected. I found it "cheesy" and boring. The main character was petty and annoying. At one point she gets upset with her husband for possibly "untagging" her in an online photo.

I wanted to read it because I had seen so many good reviews on it. I should have read the description more closely and realized I would be bored with the main character "obsessively analyzing her relationship".

In my opinion the guy she dated before her husband sounded pretty perfect. I didn't understand why she left him.

I would not recommend this book.

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