If ever there was a reason not to marry someone almost immediately after meeting him or her, this is it. I read The Mother-in-Law at the request of the author, Judy Moore, who has authored six mystery novels and three novellas. I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. I couldn’t put it down.
Victoria met Brad at a convention. Sparks flew between them immediately, and they spent time together each day. Soon they knew this was love. Even better, they worked for the same national company. They married right away, and Victoria agreed to request a transfer to Brad’s office in St. Augustine, Florida.
Victoria did not understand when Brad insisted they marry before returning to St. Augustine. When she met his mother, Mrs. Reynolds, all became clear. Victoria was not welcome in this family.
Was Victoria’s mother-in-law simply jealous and unfriendly, or was she a psychopath? There are lies and secrets, most of which even Brad doesn’t know. The suspense of The Mother-in-Law will keep you turning pages right up to the very end.
What made The Grumpy Book Reviewer grumpy?
Not much. The usual things such as singular vs. plural discrepancy, verb tense disagreement, etc.