Monday, 9 March 2020

The First Husband - new release



Back of Book


Everything you think you know is about to be questioned…

While on holiday, Trina Holmgard meets and marries Sam, a poor but charming man. She returns home to New York to arrange his entry into the U.S. and leaves him with her heirloom locket as a pledge of her devotion. 
But as time passes, she begins to question his motives. Does he really love her or is it life in America that he wants? Deciding she has been deceived, Trina cuts off all contact and marries someone else.

Driven by rage when he realises his dreams have been shattered Sam dedicates his life to getting revenge. But how far is he prepared to go?

The world is about to learn a very hard lesson…



This is my second read by this author. I loved the first read I Never Left so I couldn’t wait to read this story. I wasn’t disappointed as this is another great read. 

The storyline was unique which I crave for. I tried so hard to guess what way the story was gonna go but I was wasting my time. 

This was one of those stories that had me on the edge of my seat. So so good.


McGarvey Black 
I was a theatre major in college and pursued an acting career for a few years. Eventually, I moved into advertising sales in the magazine publishing business where I sold print and digital advertising and managed sales teams for companies like Conde Nast and WebMD. Ten years ago, I left media to become an executive recruiter for large and small internet companies. No matter how I earned a living, I always wrote…for me, for my friends and family. Two years ago, I left recruiting to pursue a full-time career as a writer. I’ve written three novels thus far and working simultaneously on the fourth and fifth. I am obsessed with writing, sometimes waking in the middle of the night to put pen to paper when I get an idea. Since I usually write mystery/thrillers, my process is to know the beginning and the end before I start and then fill in the middle as I go. If I do my prep right and develop my characters fully, the characters kind of write themselves

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