My Review of “The Girlfriend” by Michelle Frances



Kudos to Michelle Frances, author of “The Girlfriend” for writing such an intense psychological thriller.  What is the expression, ” A son is a son till he takes a wife, a daughter is a daughter for the rest of your life?”  Well, it’s happened. Your fabulously educated and wonderful son has found “her”. You know, the girl of his dreams , his future forever. Isn’t this supposed to be what you always wanted for your son to be happy? But, what  if “her” is just not the right girl for him?

Michelle Frances describes her characters as complicated, complex and some are dysfunctional to say the least.  Laura has the perfect son, Daniel who is becoming a physician. Since Laura has a dysfunctional and lonely marriage, Laura also loves the opportunity to be part of her son’s life, in an obsessive way. Daniel is a loving son, a giving person and has met the girl of his dreams, Cherry. Unfortunately, Cherry is a nightmare to Laura, and with good reason.  Cherry is extremely ambitious, not necessarily in her real estate position, but her goals in life. Cherry wants more, than she had as a child growing up in a lower economic area. As a matter of fact Cherry wants it all, at any cost.

Who said that ” All is fair in love and war?” This story reminds me of “War of the Roses” only between an obsessed mother and an unstable girlfriend.

I would highly recommend this captivating and intriguing story for readers that love a great psychological thriller with  twists and turns and suspense. I received an Advanced Reading Copy for my honest review.   Oh, WARNING: This is a very hard book to put down when you have started it!! Happy Reading!



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