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The Woman Inside ePub Ý 335 pages Í E.G. Scott Í [Read] ➪ The Woman Inside By E.G. Scott – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk An impossible to put down domestic thriller about secrets and revenge told from the perspectives of a husband and wife who are the most perfect and the most dangerous match for each other   RThat they were each other’s ideal and perhaps only match   But twenty years later Paul and Rebecca are drowning as the damage and secrets that ignited their love begin to consume their marriage Paul is cheating on Rebecca and his affair gets messy fast His mistress is stalking them with growing audacity when Rebecca discovers Paul’s elaborate plan to build a new life without her And The main issue I had with this book was it felt like the authors EG Scott is a pseudonym concentrated so much on this twisted plot and forgot that there needs to be some compelling reason why the reader should be interested in what happens to the characters I'm all for unlikable characters in books but there has to be something about them that wants me to keep reading The first 100 pages or so were a chore to get though because the characters felt so over the top but eventually I at least became interested in finding out what was going to happenRebecca and Paul have been married for almost 20 years She's addicted to opiates and he has been having an affair When Rebecca discovers Paul is inching his way out the door with their life savings she develops a plan to get revenge This book is full of deeply disturbed individuals and takes one crazy turn after anotherWhile this became of a page turner in the second half my overall feeling is it's just an okay read I give the authors credit for trying to come up with a plot that tries to catch readers off guard but unfortunately the book suffered greatly from poorly developed characters I think this might be one of the rare instances that if the book were made into a movie the film would have the potential to be better I won a free copy of this book in a giveaway but was under no obligation to post a review All views expressed are my honest opinion

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Though Rebecca is spiraling into an opiate addiction it doesn’t stop her from coming up with a devious plot of her own and this one could end absolutely everything   What follows is an unpredictable and stylish game of cat and mouse a shocking tale of unfaithfulness and unreliability that will keep you racing until the final twist and make you wonder how well you really know your spou EG Scott is a psuedonym for two writers one in publishing and one is a screenwriter—and I am in love with both of them The Woman Inside is a fabulously flawed domestic thriller with original twists and turns while taking on real issues that our society faces today Rebecca and Paul appear to have the perfect life—with great careers and a beautiful home on Long Island where real estate is power and success Behind this flawless image is a flawed and broken relationship that is hidden in secret Rebecca has an opioid addiction that has taken a life of its own while Paul has lost his job and began an extramarital affair with one of their neighbors As Paul's affair begins to unravel he begins to realize that it's not as hot steamy and validating as he thought it would be As Paul begins to set things right Rebecca is ready to let go The duo begin to banter back and forth both emotionally and psychologically in order to gain the ultimate power—freedom This book was so unexpected folks I saw a lot of mixed reviews on here but I jumped at the chance to read this book because a the cover is gorgeous I am superficial judge all you want; b the setting takes place on Long Island where I grew up; c it seemed like it would be full of mystery and suspense The Woman Inside is than just a mysterydomestic thriller because it also shows the reality in the world we are living The United States's opioid epidemic is destroying families across the country and I have yet to read a book that reflects that issue Sure we have a ton of unreliable narrators who have drinking problems but that feat has been shown time and time again This time we have a bird's eye view on how opioids can hurt anyone rich poor no matter your color or gender In fact after reading this novel I begin researching about this on National Institute of Drug Abuse to learn This is the first time that a book has gotten me to venture that far into reality once I've finished reading it The Woman Inside not only grabbed my attention with their discussion about opioid abuse but it also had a lot of unexpected twists and turns This novel didn't throw random twists or red herrings out there for you to lose sight of what's happening but each clue was part of a bigger puzzle A puzzle that I effectively did not figure out and was shocked when it came to an end I do think that this book will polarize readers on two different sides—one side with devoted fans and another side of bitter enemies This book will be left up for discussion and I can't wait to be part of thatThank you Dutton Books for my advanced copy in exchange for an honest review The Woman Inside will be released January 22 2019

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The Woman InsideAn impossible to put down domestic thriller about secrets and revenge told from the perspectives of a husband and wife who are the most perfect and the most dangerous match for each other   Rebecca didn’t know love was possible until she met Paul a successful charismatic married man with a past as dark as her own Their pain drew them together with an irresistible magnetism; they sensed I'm probably at 375 stars so I'll round upIf you like your thrillers with twists and turns than a roller coaster grab your safety harness and pick up a copy of EG Scott's new thriller The Woman Inside This is a crazy book one which kept me guessing kept me racing through the book to see how everything would turn out and if I'm honest made me roll my eyes once or twice tooIt was love at first sight for Rebecca and Paul Both were wary of relationships despite the fact that Paul was married at the time and both shared dark and painful childhoods marked by tragedy but they couldn't imagine not being together almost as if destiny brought them together They shared a passionate relationship and dreamed of building an amazing home on Long Island and both contributed—Mark with his contracting business and Rebecca as a successful pharmaceutical sales representativeNearly 20 years later their marriage has weathered some serious ups and downs When Mark lost his job it put a strain on their relationship and Rebecca found herself and in the throes of an opioid addiction—an easy thing to feed when you sell pharmaceuticals Mark had an affair and it doesn't take too long for his mistress to want than he is willing to give her—and that doesn't make her happy As she grows unhinged it threatens to topple Mark and Rebecca's marriage for good not to mention put them in dangerHad we really gotten so far away from each other that I'd stopped looking and Paul knew I had? Time had passed in the intangible way that it does when you aren't paying attention I didn't see the tether fraying to such a precarious degreeWhen Rebecca discovers Mark's plans for a new life plans that he hasn't shared with her she is at turns hurt nervous worried and angry As she becomes and dependent on a mixed cocktail of drugs and her supply dwindles she can't always think clearly but she starts to formulate plans of her own and figure out how to make her husband pay for his betrayal But there are other elements in play elements that neither of them can expectWhenever I read a thriller I'm automatically suspicious of everyone and everything A character comes on the scene I immediately craft ways they could be responsible So while that habit is a bit distracting at times it also takes a lot to surprise me EG Scott definitely kept me guessing in places and my suspicions weren't always correct There was one major twist that was surprising but at the same time I found myself exclaiming Really? Suspension of disbelief necessary The Woman Inside starts out being narrated by Paul and Rebecca shifting between the present and their past everything from the beginning of their relationship to crucial events a few days or weeks earlier but then Scott opens the narration up to several other characters I think I would have preferred seeing the story only through their eyes—I found one character fairly one dimensional and didn't really enjoy their perspectives even as they were revealing twistsEG Scott is the pseudonym for two writers They've got a lot of talent between them and I thought that having Rebecca narrate part of the story while she's in the midst of a drug addiction and dealing with cravings and withdrawals was a great plot device since she's an entirely different kind of unreliable narrator Even if I didn't love it The Woman Inside definitely kept me hooked and it kept me guessing so it did a pretty good jobThriller fans you might want to pick this one up Buddy read with AndrewSee all of my reviews at itseithersadnessoreuphoriablogspotcomCheck out my list of the best books I read in 2018 at You can follow me on Instagram at