50 Book Pledge Featured Read: The Last Mrs. Parrish

There’s no rule that says you can’t read thrillers after Halloween! The Last Mrs. Parrish is the perfect book to keep the twists and turns going into November. And trust me, this book knocks Gone Girl out of the park.

The story follows three characters Amber Patterson (Home-Wrecker), Daphne Parrish (Wife), and Jackson Parrish (Husband). Amber is a woman on a mission. The goal? To steal Mr. Parrish from Daphne!

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This book is so devious and delicious. We follow Amber in the first part of the book. She forces her way into the lives of the Parrish family, and begins to drive a wedge between the couple. Meanwhile, she’s also running away from her mysterious past.

In the second part, we follow Daphne and Jack’s courtship (the seemingly perfect couple might not be so perfect after all…), leading up to when Amber enters their lives. In part three, everything comes together in a twisted and explosive ending that’ll have your jaw on the floor!!

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I honestly can’t gush enough about this book! It was the definition of a page-turner and this book is screaming to be adapted into a movie or even a TV series. It’s just that good!

Are you ready for another thriller, readers? Will you pick up The Last Mrs. Parrish or have you already? Let us know in the comments below or on Twitter @SavvyReader!

The Last Mrs. Parrish is this week’s 50 Book Pledge Featured Read. Add it to your TBR shelf now!

Happy reading,

Danny

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