Monday, 19 February 2018

Faking Friends by Jane Fallon

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Amy thought she knew everything there was to know about her best friend Melissa. Then again, Amy also thought she was on the verge of the wedding of her dreams to her long-distance fiancé.
Until she pays a surprise trip home to London. Jack is out, but it's clear another woman has been making herself at home in their flat.
There's something about her stuff that feels oddly familiar . . . and then it hits Amy. The Other Woman is Melissa.
Amy has lost her home, her fiancé and her best friend in one disastrous weekend - but instead of falling apart, she's determined to get her own back.
Piecing her life back together won't be half as fun as dismantling theirs, after all.






I think the synopsis for this book gives away a good part of the story. This book is about revenge, while maybe well deserved on the cheating boyfriend and best friend it probably goes too far. 
I always enjoy Jane Fallon's books and although I wanted Amy to just get on with her life instead of ripping her ex boyfriend's apart it did make for a good read. I think the story shows that the best revenge on anyone is to show them you have made a good life for yourself and are happy. 
I don't want to give away any more of the story than above as it would spoil your enjoyment. A good read! 

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Faking-Friends-SUNDAY-TIMES-BESTSELLER-ebook/dp/B073XB75JY/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1519061540&sr=8-1&keywords=Faking+friends

2 comments:

  1. I'm not sure if this would be up my alley, Anne, but then again, perhaps it would be a good read too. It sounds gripping anyway!

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