Book Review: The Woman in my Home by Kerry Fisher

As a huge fan of the author who is trying to get through all her books, I was excited to get into this one.

This book was an absolute page-turner. As usual, the author shocks us with a story that is padded with many layers that were unexpected. Cath is thrilled that her dreams have finally come true. She has met Robin, the man of her dreams and finally she can enjoy love and life. However, everyone around her seems to be suspicious of Robin especially her new housekeeper Rebecca. Although no one seems to have any tangible proof of what they believe Robin to be, Cath is somewhat uncomfortable. This is a story about deceit, revenge, lies, and second chances.

The revelations in this book were unexpected and that’s why I love reading this author’s work. Most importantly, they always provoke your thoughts and allow you to see a different perspective irrespective of your disposition to the situation. I couldn’t stop reading this book until I had gotten to the end, so I obviously enjoyed the ride.

If you love reading contemporary stories that address real life issues in relationships, friendships, marriage, e.t.c. with a mysterious twist and loads of secrets then I not only recommend this book but this author.

Rating: 4.5 Stars

Published: May 17, 2022


Genre: Contemporary Fiction

The Author:

Book Drunk: Author Interview ~ Kerry Fisher.

Kerry Fisher is the bestselling author of five novels, including The Silent Wife and The Secret Child. She was born in Peterborough, studied French and Italian at the University of Bath and spent several years living in Spain, Italy and Corsica. She is married with two children and her dog.

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