Review – The Second Wife by Kishan Paul

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5/5 Stars

This is one of those books that will grab your attention and not leave you alone, it stays with you and makes you think. This is about a woman who was kidnapped and taken to Pakistan to live as the second wife to her kidnapper. No longer Ally, she must become Sara in order to survive her ordeal. As Sara learns how to cope with her new curcumstances and surroundings, she discovers she has people who care for her and are doing what they can to protect her.
Dave, Ally’s husband, still can’t believe she’s gone. One day he gets a visit from someone claiming to know the whereabouts of Ally. This stranger says Dave must hurry, Ally’s time is short. With the help of a mercenary, Dave sets out to save his wife and in the process save the world from a terrorist.
The story is seamlessly told from Ally/Sara and Dave’s points of view. this enhances the story and gives it more depth. I felt as thoguh I could feel the angst, fear, and excitement as I was reading, Ms, Paul has done a great job of putting the reading right in the middle of what’s going on. This is the first book of Ms. Paul’s that I have read and it won’t be my last. I’m looking forward to reading more of her work.

I received an advanced reader’s copy from the author in exchange for an honest review.

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