REVIEW – The First Mistake by Sandie Jones

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Published June 11,  2019 by Minotaur Books

 

Alice appears to have it all. She has a great family, a wonderful home, and a successful business.

Alice’s first husband, Tom died over ten years ago, and it was devastating. But eventually, she met and fell in love with Nathan and married for the second time.

Alice and Nathan have been trying to land a deal for a big project in Japan. AT Designs is the company that Alice and Tom started. Nathan joined the company and takes care of the business side of things while Alice takes care of the creative part.

Alice’s best friend is Beth. Beth’s daughter Millie goes to school with Olivia. Alice and Beth are very close and supportive of each other. They both lost their husbands, although it was in very different ways. Beth’s ex cheated on her and Beth is still quite angry about it.

Alice is thankful she has such a loving and loyal husband in Nathan.

Then Nathan starts acting strangely. But he seems to have an answer for everything. Alice WANTS to believe what he tells her, but her head and heart say two different things.

Is she being played for a fool?

One night Alice is browsing Facebook when she comes across a profile that shakes her entire world.

Luckily she has her best friend to lean on…

But after her next conversation with Beth, Alice’s world explodes yet again.

Is there anyone Alice can trust?

So many secrets, so many lies, and a whole lot of drama had me quickly flipping the pages of this engaging psychological suspense novel.

The novel is broken into three parts. Part one is Alice’s point of view. Part two is from Beth’s perspective and part three brings everything together. There were times I found myself annoyed with Alice and Beth and some of the decisions they made, but overall, this was quite an enjoyable read.

The First Mistake” was an interesting story of suspicion, jealousy, and betrayal. It also had some very surprising twists. I was positive I had things figured out, but in most cases, I was way off.

 

I’d like to thank Minotaur Books for providing me with an advanced copy of this novel. All opinions are my own.

12 thoughts on “REVIEW – The First Mistake by Sandie Jones

  1. Nice review Dee. I have read some good reviews on this one. I also love when I can’t figure out a mystery until the end, good to keep guessing. This sounds like one I need to read.

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