My Review of “The Exes’ Revenge” by Jo Jakeman

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fullsizeoutput_3545My Review of  “The Exes’ Revenge” by Jo Jakeman,  Berkley Books, Sept. 11, 2018

Jo Jakeman, Author of “The Exes’ Revenge” has written a twisted, intense, riveting, captivating and predictable novel. Have you ever cheered when you feel the “villain” in the story  got what is coming to him/her, and then some?? That is exactly how I felt reading this. The Genres for this novel are Fiction, Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense. The timeline for this story is in the present and goes to the past when it pertains to the characters or events in the story

The author describes her characters as complicated , complex and dysfunctional. Be warned , this is a novel of domestic emotional and physical abuse. Phillip Rochester works in law enforcement and is less than an idea husband or boyfriend. He is domineering, threatening,  and abusive. He is still married to Imogen, and has a new girlfriend, and an ex-wife he is too friendly with. Phillip threatens Imogen to leave their house by a certain time, or he will legally show she is an unfit mother and take his son.

This time, Imogen is not going to take anymore from the bully of a husband. As things tend to escalate, somehow the three women become frenemies, and are eager to dish out  some revenge of their own. Beware of betrayals, and misplaced loyalties.

This in an entertaining read, and I recommend it for those readers who enjoy suspense and thrillers. I received an ARC from NetGalley for my honest review.

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