Audiobook Review: The Last Mrs Parrish by Liv Constantine

“All she wants… is everything you have!”

Published in 2017, The Last Mrs Parrish by Liv Constantine follows Amber Patterson who is tired of being a nobody: a plain, invisible woman who melts into the background. She deserves more. She deserves a life of wealth, luxury and leisure.

Daphne Parrish is golden girl of the exclusive town of Bishops Harbor, Connecticut. With her modelesque looks, her picture-perfect mansion and her millionaire husband, Jackson, she has everything Amber has ever wanted.

Amber’s envy could eat her alive—if she didn’t have a plan. Gradually, Amber insinuates herself into the Parrish family’s life. Before long, she has become Daphne’s closest confidante, and is catching the eye of Jackson. But a skeleton from her past could undermine everything Amber has worked for, and if discovered, her well-laid plan may end in disaster…

Rating:

An addictively gripping and wildly exhilarating thriller, The Last Mrs Parrish is the definition of an absolute pageturner. What an entertaining and scandalous read this was!

I wasn’t gripped from the beginning, but there’s a real turning point in this book when everything vamps up a whole new level. I thought I couldn’t hate a character more than Amber, but then comes the twist which I really wasn’t expecting, and my opinions were completely altered.

I realised while reading that I have read this story twice before (both books were published after this one), but that in no way lessened my enjoyment. This book was most definitely the better written out of the three, and everything felt much more original and strongly developed, and concluded in a much more concise way.

If you’re looking for an entertaining read, this one most definitely won’t let you down!

Audiobook Review:

Narrated by Suzanne Elise Freeman and Meghan Wolf, I had a lot of fun listening to this on audiobook and the story is sure to have your attention gripped from start to finish.

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