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Mr. Wright has everything. All that’s left to give him is what he deserves. Lark has good things coming: a career as a board-game designer and a whirlwind romance with a handsome investor. Trip is so compassionate and supportive, he’s almost too good to be true. Jessica has always been cautious, but she can’t resist Jonathan. The brilliant TED-talking visionary has big plans Mr. Wright has everything. All that’s left to give him is what he deserves. Lark has good things coming: a career as a board-game designer and a whirlwind romance with a handsome investor. Trip is so compassionate and supportive, he’s almost too good to be true. Jessica has always been cautious, but she can’t resist Jonathan. The brilliant TED-talking visionary has big plans for his inspiring medical start-up. Now Jessica is invited to be part of the team—and to partner with the founder outside the office. Holly has settled into a comfortable life with Jack, her husband of nearly twenty years. They’ve raised three children, they own a beautiful home, and they’ve founded a worthy charity. She’s proud of building a marriage that has endured—she just doesn’t want to look too closely at the cracks. Lark, Jessica, and Holly are three strangers with so much in common it hurts. Their one and only is one and the same. The charming Mr. Wright’s serial lies are about to catch up with him…


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Mr. Wright has everything. All that’s left to give him is what he deserves. Lark has good things coming: a career as a board-game designer and a whirlwind romance with a handsome investor. Trip is so compassionate and supportive, he’s almost too good to be true. Jessica has always been cautious, but she can’t resist Jonathan. The brilliant TED-talking visionary has big plans Mr. Wright has everything. All that’s left to give him is what he deserves. Lark has good things coming: a career as a board-game designer and a whirlwind romance with a handsome investor. Trip is so compassionate and supportive, he’s almost too good to be true. Jessica has always been cautious, but she can’t resist Jonathan. The brilliant TED-talking visionary has big plans for his inspiring medical start-up. Now Jessica is invited to be part of the team—and to partner with the founder outside the office. Holly has settled into a comfortable life with Jack, her husband of nearly twenty years. They’ve raised three children, they own a beautiful home, and they’ve founded a worthy charity. She’s proud of building a marriage that has endured—she just doesn’t want to look too closely at the cracks. Lark, Jessica, and Holly are three strangers with so much in common it hurts. Their one and only is one and the same. The charming Mr. Wright’s serial lies are about to catch up with him…

30 review for The Three Mrs. Wrights

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jayme

    Jonathan Mitchell Wright....is no “Mr Right”. But, he manages to convince three, different women that he is. AT THE SAME TIME. And, these are savvy, successful, smart women...except when it comes to love. ❤️ Told from the alternating perspectives of the three likable women, Holly, Lark and Jessica (from Gilbert, AZ where I live! First time I have seen that in a book! 😀) Each chapter ends with advice from a “TED TALK” -which is an organization which shares “ideas worth spreading” by video, in 18 e Jonathan Mitchell Wright....is no “Mr Right”. But, he manages to convince three, different women that he is. AT THE SAME TIME. And, these are savvy, successful, smart women...except when it comes to love. ❤️ Told from the alternating perspectives of the three likable women, Holly, Lark and Jessica (from Gilbert, AZ where I live! First time I have seen that in a book! 😀) Each chapter ends with advice from a “TED TALK” -which is an organization which shares “ideas worth spreading” by video, in 18 engaging minutes. This TED TALK is from the famous “Mr Jonathan Mitchell Wright”, himself. How will that play into this book? I was intrigued to find out. From the synopsis: “ Mr. Wright has everything. All that’s left to give him, is what he deserves”. My last thriller had my head spinning like a scene from “The Exorcist” and I needed a change of pace! This juicy tale of revenge fit the bill, perfectly! Thank You to Lake Union Publishing for my gifted copy. It was my pleasure to provide an honest review! Available on Sept. 29th, 2020

  2. 5 out of 5

    Bridgett

    **AVAILABLE NOW!** The Three Mrs. Wrights is sort of like watching John Hughes movies in the eighties...not much depth, certainly not innovative, but so much damn fun. I really enjoyed reading how Jack/Jon/Trip manipulated and lied his way into three separate relationships with three very different women. Although the story was told primarily through the three women's narratives, the reader still gets a good sense of the very repugnant (but charismatic and charming) Jonathan Mitchell Wright I **AVAILABLE NOW!** The Three Mrs. Wrights is sort of like watching John Hughes movies in the eighties...not much depth, certainly not innovative, but so much damn fun. I really enjoyed reading how Jack/Jon/Trip manipulated and lied his way into three separate relationships with three very different women. Although the story was told primarily through the three women's narratives, the reader still gets a good sense of the very repugnant (but charismatic and charming) Jonathan Mitchell Wright III. I appreciated that Holly, Jessica, and Lark never felt like victims, as they were portrayed as strong, intelligent, and dignified women. The story offered a sense of empowerment to those of us with two X chromosomes. The conclusion was incredibly satisfying. I'd recommend this one! Available September 29th. **My sincere thanks to NetGalley and Lake Union Publishing for my review copy.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Michael David

    This is the story of a despicable man named Jonathan, or Jack, or Trip. He’s married to Holly. They have children. He’s also dating Jessica, a doctor who relocates to Chicago to work at his company. He’s also dating Lark, a creator of a science game that he invests in. Told mainly from the POVs of the three women, it’s clear that Mr. Wright and his terrible ways may finally be revealed to all. This is an entertaining read, but really doesn’t pick up steam until the two-thirds of the way through. This is the story of a despicable man named Jonathan, or Jack, or Trip. He’s married to Holly. They have children. He’s also dating Jessica, a doctor who relocates to Chicago to work at his company. He’s also dating Lark, a creator of a science game that he invests in. Told mainly from the POVs of the three women, it’s clear that Mr. Wright and his terrible ways may finally be revealed to all. This is an entertaining read, but really doesn’t pick up steam until the two-thirds of the way through. I felt fine walking away from it without the anticipation that I needed to rush back to see what happens. On the plus, the last 20% is pretty badass as everything (everyone?) ties together. The dialogue is a bit cheesy at times, but otherwise it’s a smooth read. There are higher ratings out there, so everyone should feel free to make their own assessment. Thank you to Linda Keir (a pen name for two writers), Lake Union Publishing, and NetGalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

  4. 5 out of 5

    ABookwormWithWine

    Song/s the book brought to mind: Who's Cheatin' Who by Alan Jackson Mr. Wright has quite the life, he is rich and successful, and he also has... three partners? Lark, Jessica, and Holly all have different versions of Mr. Wright and he is known by a different name to each of them. The Three Mrs. Wrights by Linda Keir is like a soap opera, and I loved the fact that it was narrated by all three of the ladies this guy is with. It was a little like a train wreck and he was able to get away with so muc Song/s the book brought to mind: Who's Cheatin' Who by Alan Jackson Mr. Wright has quite the life, he is rich and successful, and he also has... three partners? Lark, Jessica, and Holly all have different versions of Mr. Wright and he is known by a different name to each of them. The Three Mrs. Wrights by Linda Keir is like a soap opera, and I loved the fact that it was narrated by all three of the ladies this guy is with. It was a little like a train wreck and he was able to get away with so much that it blew my mind a little bit. I thought the pacing was fantastic considering not too much was actually happening, and it was interesting seeing how each woman fit into the story. I especially enjoyed when their stories intertwined and even though Holly is the true Mrs. Wright, I couldn't help but feeling sorry for ALL of them. It was a pleasant surprise to find out Linda Keir is actually a writing duo made up of Linda Joffe Hull and Keir Graff. The story was so seamless that I literally thought it was one author until I got to the acknowledgements page. I was able to get the audio via Kindle Unlimited, so I decided to do that while following along in my eBook and I'm pretty happy I went that route. Teri Schnaubelt narrated the whole thing and I really liked her voice and the way she did it. I hadn't realized she has narrated so many books, and I will definitely be looking for others she has done. She made the perfect Lark/Jessica/Holly, and even though I like when there are different people for different viewpoints I loved Schnaubelt doing all of them in The Three Mrs. Wrights. It doesn't dig too deep, but if you are just looking for an escape or something fun to read, I would recommend The Three Mrs. Wrights. Especially if you like soapy, domestic dramas. Mr. Wright was a hideous man, but I loved the women and the end felt satisfying. The book was very engaging and even though I wish there may have been a bit more to it, overall it was a super fun read that kept me going, and I will definitely be looking into more by this author duo! Thank you to the publisher for my advance review copy via NetGalley. All opinions and thoughts are my own.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth of Silver's Reviews

    Trip, Jonathan, Jack...which one was he? He had a different name for each woman he was seducing. How did he keep his names and his stories straight about who he was? Hopefully he will slip up one day. One slip came out when Johnathan's wife, Holly, had a friend tell her that her husband saw Jonathan on a flight to Los Angeles. Really? He said he was going to San Francisco. We follow Trip, Jonathan, and Jack as he sets up three women and uses them for his advantage and for helping him increase his Trip, Jonathan, Jack...which one was he? He had a different name for each woman he was seducing. How did he keep his names and his stories straight about who he was? Hopefully he will slip up one day. One slip came out when Johnathan's wife, Holly, had a friend tell her that her husband saw Jonathan on a flight to Los Angeles. Really? He said he was going to San Francisco. We follow Trip, Jonathan, and Jack as he sets up three women and uses them for his advantage and for helping him increase his wealth. None of the three even has a clue about what he’s been doing for the past 20 some years. What a liar and a con man he was. He had an answer for every question and situation that came up when the women asked him where he was and why something happened. I did enjoy the basic premise and was hoping they would find out about Trip, Jonathan, and Jack, but all the background and details about each of his business adventures made the book drag for me. The first quarter of the book was not interesting at all. I about gave up until something happened that peaked my interest, but the book still wasn’t pull you in until the last quarter. The last quarter was excellent. I had to keep going to see what happened so I guess it did pull me in at some point. :) 3/5 This book was given to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Erin

    Thanks to NetGalley and Lake Union Publishing for an egalley in exchange for an honest review. A contemporary domestic in which three women are conned by one very slick con man. But how long before they find out what's going on and about each other? Although there were not a lot of surprises in this novel, I really enjoyed the narration of Lark, Holly, and Jessica and it was for them that I had to see justice done. Goodreads review published 14/08/20 Expected publication date 29/09/20 #TheThreeMr Thanks to NetGalley and Lake Union Publishing for an egalley in exchange for an honest review. A contemporary domestic in which three women are conned by one very slick con man. But how long before they find out what's going on and about each other? Although there were not a lot of surprises in this novel, I really enjoyed the narration of Lark, Holly, and Jessica and it was for them that I had to see justice done. Goodreads review published 14/08/20 Expected publication date 29/09/20 #TheThreeMrsWrights #NetGalley

  7. 4 out of 5

    Guylou (Two Dogs and a Book)

    📚 Hello Book Friends! THE THREE MRS. WRIGHTS by Linda Keir was a great read. This is the story of Trip… no Jon… no Jack… no Jonathan…. Really?!?! Well, all these names are his depending on who you are. So, this is the story of a man with many names who is a highly successful and rich businessman and who loves women. To tell you more would reveal too much about the plot. But let us just say that he is involved with more than just one woman. Lies, deception, and an exceptionally busy calendar fill 📚 Hello Book Friends! THE THREE MRS. WRIGHTS by Linda Keir was a great read. This is the story of Trip… no Jon… no Jack… no Jonathan…. Really?!?! Well, all these names are his depending on who you are. So, this is the story of a man with many names who is a highly successful and rich businessman and who loves women. To tell you more would reveal too much about the plot. But let us just say that he is involved with more than just one woman. Lies, deception, and an exceptionally busy calendar fill the life of Dr. Jonathan Mitchell Wright. One man + three women = big troubles. . This is a great and very entertaining read. My only disappointment with the book was that the authors do not explain why Mr. Wright is the way he is. What caused him to be unfaithful and wanting more than one woman in his life. Why was he so delusional? The ending was well done but a bit too happy ever after for Mr. Wright in my opinion. 🙋🏼‍♀️ Thank you, AMAZON PUBLISHING for sending me an eARC of this remarkable book. THE THREE MRS. WRIGHTS by Linda Keir will be available at your favourite bookstore on September 29th. #bookstadog #poodles #poodlestagram #poodlesofinstagram #furbabies #dogsofinstagram #bookstagram #dogsandbooks #bookishlife #bookishlove #bookstagrammer #books #booklover #bookish #bookaholic #reading #readersofinstagram #instaread #ilovebooks #bookishcanadians #canadianbookstagram #bookreviewer #bookcommunity #bibliophile #bookphotography #thethreemrswrights #lindakeir #bookreview

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jeanne

    In this case three Mrs. Wrights do make a Mr. Wrong. Holly is married to Jack, Jessica is married to Jon and Lark is engaged to Trip. Unfortunately they are all the same person, Jonathan Mitchell Wright, III. Jonathan runs a company called Cancura. His company is developing a chewable table with nanotechnology that will detect cancers in children before they are sick. He has been married to Holly for 20 years and they have three children but she has suspected him to be unfaithful over the years In this case three Mrs. Wrights do make a Mr. Wrong. Holly is married to Jack, Jessica is married to Jon and Lark is engaged to Trip. Unfortunately they are all the same person, Jonathan Mitchell Wright, III. Jonathan runs a company called Cancura. His company is developing a chewable table with nanotechnology that will detect cancers in children before they are sick. He has been married to Holly for 20 years and they have three children but she has suspected him to be unfaithful over the years and then she starts connecting the dots. The story is told from the point of view of each of the women. I liked them all. They were strong and independent and when confronted with the truth they fought back and that was the most delicious part of the whole story. The first 2/3 sets up the ground work for the end which was a fun ride. This isn't your typical thriller, no gunfights or blood, but exciting none the less. I thoroughly enjoyed this and would read more by this author. Thank you to Netgalley and Lake Union for providing me a copy of this book. This is my honest opinion.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Melissa (LifeFullyBooked)

    I really enjoyed this soapy, fun book! Narrated by three women, all wives/fiancees/girlfriends of Jonathan Wright, each one has a unique voice and piece of the puzzle. I found this entire book to be fast-paced and entertaining. I wholly disliked Jon Wright and all of his manifestations and kept reading to make sure that he got what was coming to him, and I was not disappointed. If you're in the mood for a revenge story with great characters and a plot to keep you engaged, look no further and choo I really enjoyed this soapy, fun book! Narrated by three women, all wives/fiancees/girlfriends of Jonathan Wright, each one has a unique voice and piece of the puzzle. I found this entire book to be fast-paced and entertaining. I wholly disliked Jon Wright and all of his manifestations and kept reading to make sure that he got what was coming to him, and I was not disappointed. If you're in the mood for a revenge story with great characters and a plot to keep you engaged, look no further and choose this novel. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book, all opinions are my own.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Donna Hines

    Will the real Mr. Wright -Please stand and face your peers!... Shucks...the game has ended and Trip, Jonathan, Jack, or whatever you want to call this despicable A-hat has just played several women but he's going to see what happens when a woman (or women) become scorned. You see-Mr. Wright-was a married man to Holly with three children and a successful career as an investor in nanotechnology. He ventured off with not one but two other girlfriends and that's when the heat became unbearable. Jessica Will the real Mr. Wright -Please stand and face your peers!... Shucks...the game has ended and Trip, Jonathan, Jack, or whatever you want to call this despicable A-hat has just played several women but he's going to see what happens when a woman (or women) become scorned. You see-Mr. Wright-was a married man to Holly with three children and a successful career as an investor in nanotechnology. He ventured off with not one but two other girlfriends and that's when the heat became unbearable. Jessica and Lark were both brought on board one as a director of his business in which Jessica pretended not to know him outside their workplace. While with Lark he invested in a business- since he's a venture capitalist with a ton of money to burn (or so he claimed). Having married a con artist, scammer, fraud, and malignant narcissist who was a womanizer, a pro snake oil salesman, and a Jekyll and Hyde - this rang true to the whistle with me. Boy, these charmers know all the right words to proclaim, how to turn it up a notch, and how to walk away and declare that their wives are bipolar or completely off the wall while playing their own victim card to get with the next 'target.' It's all an ego trip for them, a need for supply, a need for that constant attention-adulation-praise that apparently they never had growing up. These toxic monsters are all around but what I truly enjoyed was the slow and subtle build that proclaimed 'bastard' style revelations in the end. The guilty party will pay up or shut up but either way it's a win! Ladies- stay true-Know your worth-and please never settle for less! We out of here. Till we meet again. Thank you to Linda Keir, the pub, NetGalley, and Amazon Kindle for this ARC in exchange for this honest review.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Vanessa Menezes

    Thank You to NetGalley and Lake Union Publishing for this ARC!! Lark, Jessica, and Holly. Three smart, capable and beautiful women. They are the perfect strangers with so much in common that it hurts. The charming Mr. Wright’s serial lies are about to catch up with him….. This was an unique story!! Mr Wright highly underestimates the smartness of the three women he tries to take advantage of, to lead to his downfall and become Mr Wrong. I liked the way the book was written in alternating chapters t Thank You to NetGalley and Lake Union Publishing for this ARC!! Lark, Jessica, and Holly. Three smart, capable and beautiful women. They are the perfect strangers with so much in common that it hurts. The charming Mr. Wright’s serial lies are about to catch up with him….. This was an unique story!! Mr Wright highly underestimates the smartness of the three women he tries to take advantage of, to lead to his downfall and become Mr Wrong. I liked the way the book was written in alternating chapters to show each of the woman's perspectives. This wasn’t a typical mystery book but it had enough suspense to keep me hooked on and a satisfying ending.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Octavia (ReadsWithDogs)

    This was a great popcorn style read! Basically, you've got a wealthy man cheating on not only his wife, but also his two other secret wives and possibly his business too. Highly readable with short chapters from each woman's point of view and little snippets from the guy in question. Nothing too cliche, but nothing super unique either. Each relationship had multiple red flags, but each woman ignored them. I will say the ending was supremely satisfying!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Marnie | Once Upon a Time Book Blog

    Wow this is one twisted read, but one that is oh so entertaining. Linda Keir knows how to get the reader sucked in and turning those pages that’s for sure. The Three Mrs. Wright is such an addictive read and is one that will have you turning the pages well into the night. The premise immediately drew me in and was actually quite timely with me reading it having become fascinated by the TV show Sister Wives, which documents the life of a polygamist family. It is quite surreal that this is a real t Wow this is one twisted read, but one that is oh so entertaining. Linda Keir knows how to get the reader sucked in and turning those pages that’s for sure. The Three Mrs. Wright is such an addictive read and is one that will have you turning the pages well into the night. The premise immediately drew me in and was actually quite timely with me reading it having become fascinated by the TV show Sister Wives, which documents the life of a polygamist family. It is quite surreal that this is a real thing, but the difference in The Three Mrs. Wrights is that the women don’t know about each other. The story is told from the points of view of Holly, Jessica and Lark as they tell of their experiences with who they know as Jack, Jonathan and Trip. Each have been very well written and developed and I just felt for each of them and their situations, especially Jessica and Lark as they fall head of heels for the charismatic and charming Mr Wright. Mr Wright, is just so Mr Wrong! Oh how this man made me angry. Such a despicable character, but in saying that, has been perfectly written in the role as a villain. I must say though, that he was pretty good at keeping things straight, but his downfall was definitely underestimating how smart the three women actually were. Girl power at is finest! This is the first book I have read from Linda Keir and it wasn’t until I was writing this review that I found out that this is a pen name for writing duo Linda Joffe Hull and Keir Graff. I was really surprised by this and was impressed with how in sync they are with each other, making it feel like it has just been written by one. I look forward to reading more of their work. The Three Mrs. Wrights is gripping, intense, deceitful and very wicked. The short chapters make for a quick and smooth read and the final showdown is a fist pumping affair that could not have been done more perfectly. Take that Mr Wright!! It was a pleasure to read and review The Three Mrs. Wrights which I recommend. Thank you to Linda Keir, Lake Union Publishing and NetGalley for allowing me to read an advanced copy of The Three Mrs. Wrights which I have reviewed honestly and voluntarily.

  14. 5 out of 5

    The Candid Cover (Olivia & Lori)

    DNF @ 50% Absolutely nothing is happening so far. I just have not been invested enough in any of these characters or the plot. Not for me.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Natalie Rampling

    This book started off well and ended brilliantly, but the middle section dragged and needed a little more suspense to keep me engaged. The characters were good, and I sympathised with all of them in their respective situations. Mr Wright was a fantastic character, multi layered and complicated. I could totally see this being made into a film!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Margo

    I enjoyed this book. It had the right amount of suspense and foreshadowing to keep me reading at a steady pace. The chapters are divided by character name and the structure worked well for the plot. Lark, Jessica and Holly are characters who many readers will be able to identify with. I would recommend this book to others.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Grace J Reviewerlady

    Three women, each with their own man - or so they thought! Holly is a happily married woman with three children, a home to be proud of, runs a charity and uses her medical training to work part time as a paediatrician. Her husband of twenty years, Jack, has a thriving company which keeps him on the road - or in the air - a lot of the time. Jessica's new man also travels a lot; her career path veers off course when he offers her a lucrative job with his biomedical firm, still in her main field of Three women, each with their own man - or so they thought! Holly is a happily married woman with three children, a home to be proud of, runs a charity and uses her medical training to work part time as a paediatrician. Her husband of twenty years, Jack, has a thriving company which keeps him on the road - or in the air - a lot of the time. Jessica's new man also travels a lot; her career path veers off course when he offers her a lucrative job with his biomedical firm, still in her main field of interest but with a different trajectory. Of course, getting to spend more time with Jon seals the deal. Lark, meanwhile, is out for fun following a broken relationship and when she meets Trip, in town for business, the sparks fly - both in and out of bed. When Trip offers to invest in her business idea, it seems she has all her ducks in a row. Could all three women be lucky enough to find their lifelong partner, or is their ideal man hiding a secret? This is a decent enough read. All three women come from different walks of life and are heading in differing directions. The characterisation is excellent, their stories diverse but, for me, it could have done with being a little briefer which I suspect would have made it a sharper read. It did go on a bit, and I found my mind wandering several times. The ending - when it came - was justified and satisfying, I just wish it hadn't taken so long to get there! Linda Keir is the name used by a husband and wife writing team and this is my first encounter with these authors work; I notice that both of their previous novels have mixed reviews so perhaps I'm not alone (I'm usually out of step!). It's a great cover, very appropriate, but for me it's a 3.5 star read.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Holloway Jones

    Dr. Wright is successful in life. He is an investor that has his own successful nanotechnology start up and a spot on the Forbes 400. He is married and has three children with his wife Holly. He has it all, but just wants a little more. He has a girlfriend that he has brought on board as the director at his business and another girlfriend that he has invested in a business for. Nothing could go wrong. Until it does. This book was extremely well written and I loved the characters and that the boo Dr. Wright is successful in life. He is an investor that has his own successful nanotechnology start up and a spot on the Forbes 400. He is married and has three children with his wife Holly. He has it all, but just wants a little more. He has a girlfriend that he has brought on board as the director at his business and another girlfriend that he has invested in a business for. Nothing could go wrong. Until it does. This book was extremely well written and I loved the characters and that the book went back and forth between each women in his life. Thanks for the ARC, Net Galley. I will be definitely recommending this one and want to read more from this author.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Lynette Burnett

    The Three Mrs. Wrights was very good! I wasn’t sure what I was getting into when I started this except for the obvious bigamy tale. But this story was fun and interesting. Jonathan/Jack/Trip Wright is a married man, well twice married with a fiancée on the side. He’s a doctor and the CEO of a business whose mission is to create a chewable that detects cancer. Both of his wives are doctors but his fiancée is a designer of STEM related board games. The story is good but gets a lot better once the The Three Mrs. Wrights was very good! I wasn’t sure what I was getting into when I started this except for the obvious bigamy tale. But this story was fun and interesting. Jonathan/Jack/Trip Wright is a married man, well twice married with a fiancée on the side. He’s a doctor and the CEO of a business whose mission is to create a chewable that detects cancer. Both of his wives are doctors but his fiancée is a designer of STEM related board games. The story is good but gets a lot better once the women discover each other’s existence. Then the trap they set for Mr. Wright was an awesome scene-highly entertaining! Overall I really liked this book! Thank you to #netgalley and the publisher for the advanced e-copy of #thethreemrswrights!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Evelyn

    This was so much fun, definitely enjoyed it! Review on blog! This was so much fun, definitely enjoyed it! Review on blog!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    THE THREE MRS. WRIGHTS BY LINDA KEIR I really enjoyed this humorous well written and completely entertaining novel about three very likable women and one philandering husband. This wasn't a psychological study of one man trying to juggle a wife and two mistresses at first. To enjoy it upon reflection one would really have to suspend belief that this man who goes by the names Trip, Jon and Jack could juggle three different women all at the same time. He travels quite a bit to keep up appearances bu THE THREE MRS. WRIGHTS BY LINDA KEIR I really enjoyed this humorous well written and completely entertaining novel about three very likable women and one philandering husband. This wasn't a psychological study of one man trying to juggle a wife and two mistresses at first. To enjoy it upon reflection one would really have to suspend belief that this man who goes by the names Trip, Jon and Jack could juggle three different women all at the same time. He travels quite a bit to keep up appearances but his wife Holly intuits quite accurately to her credit that she thinks her husband Jack is having an affair. Little does Holly realize but he is actually having an affair with not one but two other women besides being married to her. Holly and Jack share three children together and he really doesn't have a good track record cheating on her the night before they were married and again prior to these other two named Lark and Jessica. The novel opens in a hotel bar in Buffalo, NY, where Lark a twenty-six year old woman is sitting in the hotel's bar. She is a board game designer who is passing the evening before she is to give a sales pitch describing the game she has invented. It is supposed to help teach science and math to children under twelve. Her game is called Activate and as Lark is sitting bored at the bar she notices a good looking and fit gentleman enter the bar and order a drink and the two of them end up in her room for the night. He says his name is Trip Mitchell and offers to invest ten or twenty thousand towards getting her game produced. She accepts. Meanwhile Jessica has just arrived in Chicago to move in with Jon who offers her to direct a position in a company that has developed a painless way to detect cancer in children before there are any symptoms yet. Jessica passed on a fellowship at Duke to research and produce this amazing discovery called Revelate. It has to do with nanotechnology and after Jessica has gone through medical school she is finding that there is something off about the lab research and this medical breakthrough. Holly in her own right is a stunning woman who herself works part-time as a pediatrician and has horses and is a full-time mother to her and Jack's three children. All three of these women are smart and the dialogue in this novel is entertaining. The way Trip/Jonathan/Jack can shuffle in and out of Jessica's and Lark's lives without raising suspicion is amazing. Jon has his sights set on marrying Jessica and tells her that his wife is crazy and won't accept that the marriage is over. Holly starts following them and anymore told in this review would spoil it. I think I may have given too much away already but if this sounds interesting do pick up a copy and see what you think. Again, it is funny but the three women are all interesting and quite accomplished all on their own. I would rate this a 4.5 stars. Recommended. Publication Date: September 29, 2020 Thank you to Net Galley, Linda Keir and Lake Union Publishing for providing me with my ARC in exchange for a fair and honest review. All opinions are my own. #TheThreeMrsWrights #LindaKeir #LakeUnionPublishing #NetGalley

  22. 4 out of 5

    Marti

    The Three Mrs Wrights by LInda Keir was a very interesting read. Jonathan Wright is a dynamic charismatic speaker who managed to entice three women into being his wife. He was in charge of a medical company offering a promising new technology with discovering cancer. He and his Holly started the company. They had been married for years. They had three children and Jack seemed to always be on the road. His company was growing and he seemed to always have places to go. Jonathan Wright found Jessica The Three Mrs Wrights by LInda Keir was a very interesting read. Jonathan Wright is a dynamic charismatic speaker who managed to entice three women into being his wife. He was in charge of a medical company offering a promising new technology with discovering cancer. He and his Holly started the company. They had been married for years. They had three children and Jack seemed to always be on the road. His company was growing and he seemed to always have places to go. Jonathan Wright found Jessica in Phoenix. He found her and wooed her to join him in Chicago at his company that is working on discovering cancer earlier. He hired her to work in his company and be his secret girlfriend. Jessica was wowed by all this, but started to question various things. Lark has come up with a new game that helps girls love and use science and technology. She was a breath of fresh air for Trip. Trip Mitchell is a man who was willing to invest in Lark and he helped her start a new business and became lovers. The Three Mrs Wrights are all with the same man - Jonathan is Jack is Trip. You know that things are going to be bad, really bad for that man. I liked the level of twists and turns. I felt badly for each of the women that were taken in by this man. The ending was milder than I might have hoped for, but The Three Mrs Wrights by LInda Keir was a good read.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Sherri

    ***I received an advanced e-copy of the book from Net Galley in exchange for my honest review The premise of the book was that Holly had been married to Jack for twenty years and they had three children and had built a business together. Jessica, fresh out of med school, is recruited by Jonathan, who owns a revolutionary medical start-up in her intended field of practice. Then there is Lark, who has invented a science board game for girls, and meets Trip on the night before she is to meet with in ***I received an advanced e-copy of the book from Net Galley in exchange for my honest review The premise of the book was that Holly had been married to Jack for twenty years and they had three children and had built a business together. Jessica, fresh out of med school, is recruited by Jonathan, who owns a revolutionary medical start-up in her intended field of practice. Then there is Lark, who has invented a science board game for girls, and meets Trip on the night before she is to meet with investors about her project. She lands the man and the money to fund her new business. The three women are so different, yet they all have one thing in common.... they are married (or are marrying) the same man. It sounds great right? I had high hopes for this, but they fell a little short of my expectations. My only complaint was that the women, especially Holly and Jessica who both held medical degrees, should be brilliant, so it didn't seem realistic that they would be that naïve, especially considering some of the ridiculous excuses he gave for things like bruises on his arms in the shape of handprints. I wanted it to feel more believable. Other than that it was an enjoyable story.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Trisha

    "We're in this together," he said, with an earnest tone that helped her believe it. "And there's no such thing as too good to be true." I'm super torn on this one. On one hand, I really enjoyed it. Told in 3 distinct voices - you slowly learn the lives of three women, Holly, Jessica and Lark, and how they are intersecting with the same man, Jonathan Mitchell Wright, III. You know up front how these three women connect and can easily see all the dots and connecting pieces (and even the ones that c "We're in this together," he said, with an earnest tone that helped her believe it. "And there's no such thing as too good to be true." I'm super torn on this one. On one hand, I really enjoyed it. Told in 3 distinct voices - you slowly learn the lives of three women, Holly, Jessica and Lark, and how they are intersecting with the same man, Jonathan Mitchell Wright, III. You know up front how these three women connect and can easily see all the dots and connecting pieces (and even the ones that clearly don't.) But This is not a Mystery. Not a suspense Thriller. I'm completely confused on why the top 7 shelves on Goodreads show this is how people are shelving this. My expectations were for a mystery that absolutely never happened. I knew every step of the way what was going on. The first 80% of the book is just connecting all the pieces of the three lives and watching them unfold - the only mystery is when the parties will know what you already know as the reader. I found the story easy to read, enjoyable and well written. I would have definitely rated it higher had I had the correct expectations going in to it.

  25. 4 out of 5

    A.L. Goulden

    I really enjoyed this book. It was the perfect book to take poolside or sitting on the porch with a glass of wine. As Mr. Wright uses different versions of his given names and various stories about himself with three different women, I just shook my head as his wicked web unraveled lie after lie. It's that kind of trainwreck you look forward to, you flip the pages for, and soon, you hope, you'll get the sweetest revengeful ending. I was amazed by how far he went with all three relationships. I'm I really enjoyed this book. It was the perfect book to take poolside or sitting on the porch with a glass of wine. As Mr. Wright uses different versions of his given names and various stories about himself with three different women, I just shook my head as his wicked web unraveled lie after lie. It's that kind of trainwreck you look forward to, you flip the pages for, and soon, you hope, you'll get the sweetest revengeful ending. I was amazed by how far he went with all three relationships. I'm not sure why, but the extent of the lies and all that went into balancing them was jaw-dropping. I loved following each woman's storyline as the three characters' lives intertwined in such an awesome and unexpected way. The characters were surprisingly strong, which I also loved because even strong women can be duped into believing the man they love for various reasons. The writing flowed very well between POV changes and I will definitely follow other books by Linda Keir. Thank you, NetGalley for letting me read such an awesome book!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jeff

    Fun, Interesting Read - With A Seemingly Tacked On Ending. This was truly a fun book. Told mostly from three perspectives - a woman a man meets at a bar, another woman a man has plucked away from a medical fellowship at Duke to be in his cancer research startup, and a third woman who is married to a man who is always away on business - the book follows each relationship and becomes clear to the reader fairly early that these "three" men are in fact the same guy. From there, it begins to pick up Fun, Interesting Read - With A Seemingly Tacked On Ending. This was truly a fun book. Told mostly from three perspectives - a woman a man meets at a bar, another woman a man has plucked away from a medical fellowship at Duke to be in his cancer research startup, and a third woman who is married to a man who is always away on business - the book follows each relationship and becomes clear to the reader fairly early that these "three" men are in fact the same guy. From there, it begins to pick up a more serious version of The Other Woman - the 2014 comedy featuring Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann, and Kate Upton. But the last chapter, ostensibly from the view of the woman from the bar, is seemingly tacked on and extremely rushed, and that ultimately hurts the aftertaste of the book. Truly solid work before that point, the book probably would have had a better aftertaste had it actively shown the event the last chapter speaks of instead of from a perspective of a few years after the event, maybe with the things of a few years later as an active epilogue (which this book doesn't actually have). Still, truly a fun book before that point, and very much recommended.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Erin

    This is a fun, quick, fairly light mystery/suspense novel that is perfect to get you out of any reading slump you might find yourself in. Three women, one man. (Maybe you're not supposed to know that it's one man right away, but the title of the book kind of gives that one away.) Holly has been married to Jack for almost twenty years, has three children with him, and has both a private pediatric practice and a successful horse charity. Jessica is a doctor who gives up an important residency to fo This is a fun, quick, fairly light mystery/suspense novel that is perfect to get you out of any reading slump you might find yourself in. Three women, one man. (Maybe you're not supposed to know that it's one man right away, but the title of the book kind of gives that one away.) Holly has been married to Jack for almost twenty years, has three children with him, and has both a private pediatric practice and a successful horse charity. Jessica is a doctor who gives up an important residency to follow her fiance Jonathan to Chicago to help him run his amazing nonprofit that promises to diagnoses pediatric cancer years before anything else out there. And Lark is a game developer in Los Angeles, who has a whirlwind romance and business relationship with Trip, a private investor she meets at an airport bar. You have to suspend disbelief a little bit (maybe a lot) for any of this to work -- in my mind, there are just too many questions about Jack/Jon/Trip and these are all called out as very intelligent women -- but if you take this book at face value, the build up to the conclusion is a lot of fun. The end is a bit quick -- I think I would have liked that build up to have lasted a bit longer and seen more of it come together than just heard about it through a phone call, but it did keep the fast pace of this book moving, so I'm thinking the author specifically made the decision to write it this way. Again, this isn't great literature, but it's a fun bit of suspense, and I definitely recommend it. Thank you to NetGalley and Lake Union Publishing for providing me with an arc of this book. It has not influenced my opinion.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Holly Hand Grenade

    "It's always been my lifelong ambition to try all the flavors." What I liked most about this story was that the promise you're given from the title and cover was delivered in spades. If you think this is a story about a man with a whole lot of love to go around, and his women, you'd be right. What made this so absolutely fun to read was what gets me every time it's done well: Great characters and character development. I found myself following this intense sometimes-love-story, sometimes-chaotic-m "It's always been my lifelong ambition to try all the flavors." What I liked most about this story was that the promise you're given from the title and cover was delivered in spades. If you think this is a story about a man with a whole lot of love to go around, and his women, you'd be right. What made this so absolutely fun to read was what gets me every time it's done well: Great characters and character development. I found myself following this intense sometimes-love-story, sometimes-chaotic-mystery with loads of anticipation. The clever and constant back-and-forth between whoever you happen to be reading about (as this book has several main characters) cements this as what I would call a delightful page-turner. With what I thought was a very satisfying conclusion, I'm very curious to see what else these authors have cooked up!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Alina

    His life in general had been a neatly wrapped package of lies. Jonathan Wright, also known as Jon, Jack to close friends, Trip to new "friends", has everything a man could ever want. A beautiful family, gorgeous and devoted wife, successful business, smart and ambitious girlfriend. Jon Wright is not an ordinary man. He is a man with a constant need for new experiences, new challenges, new business ideas, new cars, new hobbies, new lovers. His life is a constant movement, to a new city, a new coun His life in general had been a neatly wrapped package of lies. Jonathan Wright, also known as Jon, Jack to close friends, Trip to new "friends", has everything a man could ever want. A beautiful family, gorgeous and devoted wife, successful business, smart and ambitious girlfriend. Jon Wright is not an ordinary man. He is a man with a constant need for new experiences, new challenges, new business ideas, new cars, new hobbies, new lovers. His life is a constant movement, to a new city, a new country, a new lover's bed. But all good things at one time or another come to an end, and Jon's was not an exception. Three strangers, divided by social class, age, and status have one thing in common: they've been deceived by a master of lies. And they unite to bring Jon's cruel actions to justice. I loved the plot, what a phenomenal and catching story. However, the ending was very disappointing and dry. It felt like a typical Hollywood movie ending. I expected better twists and more amusing revenge. Nevertheless, I've enjoyed the novel. Thank you NetGalley and Lake Union Publishing for a free and advanced copy of the book.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Dita

    This book was great fun. It's not my usual thriller but I completely enjoyed it. I love revenge stories and particularly revenge stories that involve women. This was 3x the fun because three women were done wrong by one sleaze bucket. I couldn't wait to see what happened as this one crashed toward its inevitable conclusion. What would make it better? It would've been fun to have gotten Jon's POV...I mean what the heck was he thinking? And I wish we'd had a few situations that were more tense, like This book was great fun. It's not my usual thriller but I completely enjoyed it. I love revenge stories and particularly revenge stories that involve women. This was 3x the fun because three women were done wrong by one sleaze bucket. I couldn't wait to see what happened as this one crashed toward its inevitable conclusion. What would make it better? It would've been fun to have gotten Jon's POV...I mean what the heck was he thinking? And I wish we'd had a few situations that were more tense, like more near misses, but otherwise this was a fun, pure escape read and I loved it! Thank you tons to my GR buddy, Jayme, for putting this one on my radar! ❤️ Thank you to Lake Union Publishing for gifting me a copy of this book. It was my pleasure to write an honest review.

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