Review. Another masterpiece from Dorothy Koomson A must-read that will have you gripped *****’ The author has crafted another wonderful tale that has the. The Woman He Loved Before is my seventh novel and it’s probably the novel that has had the greatest personal impact on me. The Woman He Loved Before. Dorothy Koomson. Grand Central, $ trade paper (p) ISBN

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After spending quite some time in hospital she starts to recover and eventually Jack is lovev to take her home. Like I already mentioned befote, I did expect Jack to be some kind of monster but I was pleasantly surprised to find actually, he wasn’t that bad a person.

What I knew from the outset about the book was such: Libby has always wondered whether she could live up to the love Jack felt for his first wife. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. Eve, though, was by far the most fascinating character.

A Tesco-value version of Daphne du Maurier’s “Rebecca”. Koomson Does It Again! I love Dorothy Koomson. That was the sum of all my knowledge, except for my inexplicable worry about Jack being evil but that was conjecture. Customers who bought this item also bought. Do you use Twitter? These pages hold all the secrets that Jack has never told her.


While recovering at home, and trying to come to terms with this, Libby finds Eve’s diaries. Her books are absolute must-reads. The first novel I read of hers was Marshmallows For Breakfast a couple of years back.

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Its like you read my mind! The book is then written from three points of view: Eventually Libby stumbles across Libby has a nice life with a gorgeous husband and a big home by the sea. Visit our Help Pages. Although the novel was brilliant, I do have to question a few points.

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She works as an exotic dancer, an escort and a prostitute to make ends meet. Feb 26, Shaz Goodwin rated it it was amazing.

Be the first to review this item Amazon Bestsellers Rank: Her lpved are absolute must-reads. When Libby finds Eve’s diaries and begins to learn about her past and her relationship with Jack she finds herself questioning her own relationship with Jack, and begins to wonder if her life is also at risk.

The reasons they gave for coming to see Libby tell me they wouldn’t have given it up and I found it very strange that that particular plot line wasn’t put to bed properly. Open Preview See a Problem?

See all 97 reviews. I am now a fan and looking forward to reading more of her novels.

What I knew from the outset about the book was such: I have enjoyed every book she’s written – I can’t wait to see what the next book brings! With every novel Koomsan’s writing gets better and better. When fate intervenes in their relationship, Libby decides to find out all she can about the man she hastily married and the seemingly perfect Eve.


Either Koomson should have given it its due or she should have scrapped it because the way it was, was nonsensical and it felt unfinished. koomsom

Or perhaps that’s just me. I also found Eve’s story gripping, watching her life spiral downwards was a little heartbreaking at times. Eve, though, was by far the most fascinating character. We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book. She rivals Jodi Picoult with her plots. Would you like to see more reviews about this item?

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Enter your mobile number or email address below and we’ll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Jan 13, Leah rated it really liked it Shelves: V good, but seemed to take a while to get going. Must be tough for most people in normal life.