Today I am reviewing My Husband’s Secret by Karen Clarke, published by HQ Digital.
His secret could destroy them, but her truth is even harder to bear…
One year ago, my husband Jack left. I’ve longed for the moment he would walk through the door and tell me all he ever wanted was to be with me.
Now he’s back, but this isn’t the reunion I had dreamt of…
Jack has been in a hit and run accident. He doesn’t remember we aren’t together, has no clue about his other family, and no recollection of the phone call he made before the crash – I made a terrible mistake that I can’t put right. All I can do is get out.
Jack is different to the man that walked out and I’m certain he’s hiding something too.
But I finally have my husband by my side, and with Jack suffering from amnesia, surely the easiest thing would be to stay quiet…
But can you really trust a man who simply vanished from your life? And should he even trust me?
From the bestselling author of My Sister’s Child comes a new emotional family drama about love, lies and the lengths that we will go to for the ones we love. Fans of Claire Amarti and Nicole Trope will love this gripping page-turner!
“You love him…but can you trust him at all…”
Perfectly crafted and executed, My Husband’s Secret is a gripping page turner that had me reading long into the night, completely hooked and desperate to know how it would all unfold. I was certainly not disappointed! With a twist to end all twists that I didn’t see coming, makes this tale a very compelling read, which I highly recommend.
Thank you to Karen Clarke, HQ Digital and NetGalley for allowing me to read an advance copy of My Husband’s Secret, which I have reviewed honestly and voluntarily.
This review will be added to, Goodreads, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Amazon Australia & Amazon US. I will also add to NetGalley, Apple Books, Kobo, Google Play Barnes & Noble, Waterstones, Foyles and BookBub if available. As I am from Australia, I am unable to add to Amazon UK.
LET’S GET TO KNOW KAREN CLARKE
I live in Buckinghamshire with my husband and three grown-up children where I write psychological thrillers for HQDigital/HarperCollins and romantic comedy novels published by Bookouture.
Over the years I’ve been a secretary/bookkeeper, a wedding photographer, a pub manager, I’ve worked in a supermarket, a newsagent’s and as a librarian – all good for story ideas.
I now write full-time and when I’m not writing, I read a lot, enjoy walking – which is good for plot-wrangling and ideas – photography, watching Netflix, baking and eating cakes. And then more walking to work off the cakes.